The New York Times covers the journey of one of the very first Apple II computers donated by Steve Jobs to Seva. The computer spent the last 33 years in Kathmandu, Nepal and has helped Seva to restore eyesight to millions of people in Nepal and around the globe.
Larry Brilliant, Seva co-founder and longtime board member, received the TED Prize. The prize honors people with "ideas and passions big enough to change the world" — such as rock star and international activist Bono.
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