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Report from Kenya

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The Kwale District Eye Centre charity relies on donations and we have had to drastically cut staff numbers, field activities, training and vehicle numbers. We have been forced to redefine our targets, expecting to achieve fewer cataract operations, less integration of low-vision and blind children into society and schools, and fewer patients treated. Some improvement occurred towards the end of 2010, but adequate funding remains the key issue as to how much we can help those in need. We work with all manner of people, both locally and internationally.

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Year 2011
Authors Helen E Roberts
Language English
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DOI https://doi.org/10.52439/EJJT4146
DOI Number 10.52439/EJJT4146
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