Children from the Miale Outreach Programme, located in the rural outskirts of Nairobi recently received new glasses. The glasses were provided by Sight Aid International who work closely with Johari Foundation in identifying vulnerable children and young adults who are in need of glasses. Sight Aid International have been holding a series of free eye clinics in schools throughout Nairobi and have tested the eyes of over 2500 children.
New glasses have changed the lives of the children who once struggled to read and write in school due to their eyesight. Teachers have also benefitted and have received eye tests and glasses if needed.