Sisters with new sight

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“When I gave birth to Dorkas, she was a healthy baby,” recalled Nicole. “But the problems started soon after.” As she watched her firstborn constantly squinting, she became concerned. “I started to wonder what this could be,” she said. Her fears were confirmed and multiplied when, three years later, a … Read More

Blind siblings gain sight

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The children’s mother Amina understood their dark struggle only too well. She too had been blind until the age of 13. Suddenly hope appeared on Amina’s horizon when the first Mercy Ship Anastasis docked in her nation of Benin in 2001. She was offered an unheard of opportunity … Read More

His brothers’ love

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Kabir couldn’t walk, nor could he see.  Polio struck Kabir’s legs when he was a child, leaving irreparable damage. When cataracts grew over his eyes stealing his vision also, his loving brothers never gave up.  When they heard it might be possible for Kabir’s sight to be restored, … Read More