Jacques, Marie and Elodie

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VIDEO: The world is a new and exciting place for Jacques, Marie Claire and Elodie to see. Their family had suffered unimaginably in darkness and despair as their sight was stolen by cataracts. This transformation will bring a spring to your step!

What is Mercy Ships?

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Watch the video here: Each year around 40 Kiwis volunteer aboard the Mercy Ship, helping to deliver free essential surgery to people living in abject poverty. These New Zealanders are serving in medical, maritime and operational roles deliver both hope and healing to Africa’s forgotten poor.  Watch the … Read More

When everything changed for Maurinho

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        VIDEO: Maurinho had a passion for soccer, but as his legs became increasingly bowed, it became more and more difficult for him to even get around, let alone run and play with his friends. The six-year-old future looked helpless,  until one day mercy happened. Watch Maurinho’s … Read More

Dorcas and Anna

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These little blind sisters live in a country so poor there is no educational or medical support for their family. Imagine how all their lives were transformed changed when Dorcas and Anna received free operations that gave them sight! The struggled up the gangway unable to see the world … Read More

Finially pain-free

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“I remember one of the worst days,” says Veronique. “I was in so much pain, I could not even get out of bed.” Six years ago a tumour started to grow on Veronique’s chin. What began as a small bump slowly gained momentum until it took over her … Read More

The nurse’s tumour

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“It’s the largest tumour I’ve ever seen,” said the X-ray technician, watching as the massive tumour travelled across the computer screen. It belonged to Sonia, a 34-year old nurse. The growth stretched out from her left cheek and was the size of a human head. Sonia passed through … Read More

Me first!

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“It was the stunning World Cup victory in 2010 which brought me to name my son after football coach José Mourinho,” says Maurinho’s dad. It makes sense, then, when his mum describes her son’s competitive nature. “When Maurinho says that he wants to achieve something, he will not … Read More

Overcoming the impossible

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When Valerie was four, she asked her father to pull her out of school. “I didn’t want to go anymore,” she recalled. Her legs had begun to bow outward. Her father complied, eventually sending her to live with her uncle’s family in the city, closer to help. But, … Read More

Rose and her Dad

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Pounding yams … hand-washing clothes … head-carrying water or goods to sell … feeding a baby … all common tasks for women in many parts of West Africa. For some, it’s part of living; for others, it’s a matter of surviving. For a young girl like Rose, having … Read More

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