The first station at the clinic is Visual Acuity. Can you read this line for me?
The first clinic was for the local Police Department. This was done to ensure that we are always kept safe during our missions.
The second station is Auto Refraction. This gives the doctor an isdea of what the final prescription will be.
During this clinic we also took patients’ blood pressure and we then able to refer them to the local MD for blood pressure related conditions.
Handing out stickers and candy to the kids during the long clinic wait times
Now it’s time to see Dr. Tanner for the eyeglass prescription.
Dr. Tanner showed Trenna some very advanced cataracts and other medical issues.
The dispensary and all the boxes of donated glasses.
Patient testing out her new reading glasses
People are not educated on the importance of sunglasses to protect the eyes from UV. We ran out of sunglasses on the 2nd day!
A very happy patient
This patient was so happy with his new glasses!
While the vision team handed out glasses to help patients see better, there was a construction team building 4 new houses in the Refugee Camp.
This is how most homes in the Refugee Camp look
Roads of the Refugee Camp after a night of rain.
The first of the four new homes.
Family with the construction team waiting for the house to be blessed so they can move in.
The family of the second house with the construction team.