Deprive communities in Ghana have suffered for so many years now, which have left the country in the grip of the biggest humanitarian crisis in deprive communities,
Abu ( age 10 ) from a family of 5, his parents and senior sister lost their sights ( Blind ) when he was only 1 year old, he’s now greater risk of losing his sight ( going blind ).
Eye diseases are quickly becoming the biggest problem faced by over 3.4 million women and children in deprive communities. Optometrists, ophthalmology and ophthalmic nurses are will not to go there because the people in deprive communities are very poor people and cannot afford to pay for the cost of eye examination and treatment.
Blindness cannot be used as punishment for deprive communities, children should not be made to suffer for being born into poor families or deprive communities,
Join our appeal to help protect Abu and other families in deprive communities to make it through this crisis.
We are working tirelessly find solutions to make sure children in deprive communities get the best eye examination and treatment. We have arranged for top optometrists, ophthalmology and ophthalmic nurses to travel there to give them best eye examination and treatment. There’s a way you can help.
Help bring a stop to the sight losing ( blindness) problem in the deprive communities. Make a donation now to help us deliver best eye examination and treatment to the people in deprive communities. Prescription spectacles and eye drops will be given to them also, base on the outcome of the examination.