While visiting Morgenster Hospital we were approached by the hospital staff there. They asked us if we were willing to meet with HIV affected children who would come with their guardians/parents the following day. They would gather together for a while to share the challenges of living with HIV and for the children to feel loved and cared for. The
Morgenster Eye Unit in Masvingo has an eye unit that assist ‘Eyes for Zimbabwe’ in giving FREE cataract surgeries to all who come there. For many years ‘Eyes for Zimbabwe’ has donated medical supplies and the necessary equipment needed to perform the MUCH needed and life-changing eye surgeries there. Several local and international Doctors have so kindly donated their time
Donors came from America to Zimbabwe to help distribute donated items that had been shipped from America to Zimbabwe!
Four kind ladies flew from Salt Lake City in America all the way to Harare, Zimbabwe to assist ‘Eyes for Zimbabwe’ in distributing goods that had been donated and shipped from there. They had helped source and pack donated item, then decided they wanted to assist in distributing them in Zimbabwe. It was amazing to have four willing and kind
We knew 2013 would be a FANTASTIC year for Eyes for Zimbabwe! The response of donated items for the loading of the containers in October of 2012 was amazing and we felt overwhelmed by so many people’s kindness and generosity. Never had we seen so much! Never had we felt such love and kindness towards a people many had never
Norway September 24, 2012 – THANK-YOU for assisting us in answering MANY, MANY Zimbabwean’s Prayers and for making a significant difference in their lives by helping us to fill our containers!! We thought you might like to hear a few thoughts of those who are distributing your ‘VERY kind gifts of love’ to these wonderful People in Zimbabwe!! From Rachel
“It has been estimated by the ‘World Food Program’ that two million Zimbabweans face starvation. The food crisis comes at a time the ‘Meteorological Services Department’ has predicted drought during Zimbabwe’s traditional farming season from October 2012 to around March 2013, and have advised farmers to plant drought-resistant crops to minimize the impact of poor rainfall as another severe drought