Dear Ms Ramchandani,Who knew I'd be helping my own bretheren.
Just a quick note to thank you for your recent kind support for the Centre for Vision in the Developing World. We have recently returned from a deployment in Liberia where we trained volunteers to screen and distribute eyeglasses in a pilot programme with Global Vision 2020, a US based charity that we're working with as an international distribution partner (www.gv2020.org). 1000 pairs of eyeglasses were distributed and we were very encouraged to see our training process and dispensing protocols working very well. Your support is essential to making these things happen.
With best regards,
Friday, September 18, 2009
Vision for Vision in Liberia
I made a small donation to the Centre for Vision in the Developing World after watching this TED Talk the other day. And look what they sent me!
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