[tribulant_slideshow gallery_id=”3″] Lordia is a 13-year-old girl who lives in Ghana. Her parents are poor, so they wanted to ensure their daughter’s future through her education. But a couple years ago, her future looked bleak. When Lordia was 11, her teacher told her parents she was having trouble keeping up with her classmates because… Continue reading New eyeglasses restore a little girl’s future!
Last week, we experienced the thrill of opening a new facility for Watborg Eye Services, just outside of Ghana’s capital city of Accra. This is an important development for Operation Eyesight, and we hope our supporters are as excited as we are. As I mentioned in last week’s post, this hospital has the potential to… Continue reading Celebrating a new hospital in Ghana (Part 2)
What a great week for Operation Eyesight, and for the people of Ghana! On Wednesday, we opened a brand-new facility to replace the old Watborg Eye Services clinic, which is located in the Awutu Senya District, just outside Ghana’s capital city, Accra. As you can imagine, the completion of a significant capital project like this… Continue reading Celebrating a new hospital in Ghana (Part 1)