(Header photo by Helena Lopes from Pexels) Many of our donors around the world celebrated Easter last weekend. Easter is often seen as a time of rebirth. This holiday welcomes the change of the season – the cold days of winter are done, and new life is born. Trees and flowers bloom and animals have their young. Many of the… Continue reading Thank you for giving new hope to people like Akua and Irene!
38-year-old Evelyn lives in Muziyo village, about 35 kilometers south of Zambia’s Sinazongwe District. What started as itching and irritation of the eyelids turned into severe, burning pain. Before long, Evelyn couldn’t even blink without feeling intense pain, and she started to lose some of her vision. “It was very painful for me to open… Continue reading You’re bringing precious eye care to the women of Zambia!
Back in 2011, Operation Eyesight drilled a borehole in Muuka village, located in Zambia’s Sinazongwe District. Because of generous donors like you, 238 people finally had access to clean water. As a result, the population increased to nearly 350, as more people settled in the village and new families were started. Unfortunately, the borehole become… Continue reading Water is flowing again in Muuka village, Zambia
Our projects in Kenya made significant steps forward in 2017, despite being plagued by a health workers’ strike. And while the strike hampered our partners’ ability to deliver eye care services, it didn’t stop them! Moving full steam ahead, The Rift Valley Prevention of Blindness Project started its fourth and final year. Supported by our… Continue reading Another Great Year in Kenya, Thanks to You!