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Still a long way to go in Sierra Leone as Vision Aid Overseas receives request to provide free glasses to Ebola survivors.
Around 4,000 Sierra Leonean men, women and children have lost their lives to Ebola, Communities have been shattered, children orphaned and the fragile healthcare system left in tatters. As the epidemic, at last, seems to be almost at an end, Vision Aid Overseas Director Alfred Yambasu has been asked if Vision Aid Overseas can provide free spectacles for Ebola survivors that need them.
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In celebration of its 30th Anniversary, Vision Aid Overseas has joined forces with international development organisation Optometry Giving Sight, this year actively working together to reduce visual impairment caused by uncorrected refractive error. This combined fundraising effort is driven by the World Sight Day Challenge on 8th October 2015 and the Optics Cycling for Sight initiative.
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