The eye clinic took place at Ayany primary school. Mrs.Khayeri allowed us to use the school premises. The eye clinic was sponsored by Sean Walls and we had five Doctors from Kenyatta National Hospital. The activity took two days and the team was able to test more than 200 children.
There are so many children with eye problems but because of financial constraints they are not able to access medical facilities. Most of the children and teachers were very happy because to some it was an answer, or a solution to their problem. The teachers complained of a high population of children with eye problems in the class. The children are forced to sit infront in order to see the blackboard clearly.
I am very thankful to Sean and his team for the good cause. I have had complaints from the children in the programme about issues with their eyes. They are not able to afford spectacles basically because their guardians are not able to raise money. The guardians/parents in Kibera are economically challenged and therefore request Sean to kindly come back and test more children.
This day was a blessing to the children who were tested. Kudos to Sean and his team you sure brought smiles to most of the children including myself.
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