Meet Daniel, a 61-year-old father from Kenya. Daniel’s youngest child is currently in college studying to become a teacher, an opportunity that was made possible with the sponsorship of the family’s church.
Daniel used to work for the Ministry of Health. He has since then retired and now works as a herdsman selling cattle and milk to provide for his family.
For the past two months, Daniel’s eyesight has steadily declined due to a cataract in his right eye. This condition limits his vision, prevents him from working, and makes it difficult to read or write.
Our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare Foundation (AMHF), tells us, “If surgery is not done, the condition could get worse and this might lead to permanent blindness in the right eye. Daniel will not be able to work.”
AMHF will be able to provide Daniel with cataract removal surgery for $230, a treatment that is expected to give Daniel back his ability to see. Let’s work together and help Daniel access the healthcare he needs.