Bilisee Berkessa Vision Aid Overseas are helping the most deprived area in the world to improve their eyesights.
I have seen in my country, Ethiopia, rural areas where people go blind, have poor eyesights and all sort of eye conditions. They do not have the awareness of eye health, can not afford to pay for treatment and some do not see the problem as serious as other health issues.
I am an Ophthalmic Photographer at NHS hospital in an Ophthalmology Department,London,UK. People are privileged to have all the care and treatment they need here and they do not go blind or have poor sights due to a lack of care or money to pay for their treatment.
I would like to support Vision Aid Overseas by fundraising every penny I can to contribute towards their efforts to outreach the poor, women, children and the elderly to make a difference. I would be very grateful for any amount of your contribution for this great mission.
Thank you very much
God bless you more!

Founded in 1985, Vision Aid Overseas has been helping some of the world’s poorest people to see clearly for over 30 years. Whether you are a teacher in Ghana, a seamstress in Zambia or a school pupil in Ethiopia, poor eye sight can have a devastating impact on your life and livelihood.

• 1.2 billion people worldwide can’t see properly simply because they need glasses
• 12 million children worldwide struggle to learn simply because they need glasses
• 55% of visually impaired people are women
• 89% of visually impaired people live in low and middle-income countries
• 75% of all visual impairment is preventable or curable
• $200 billion worth of productivity is lost every year because so many people do not have the glasses they need to see clearly Bilisee Berkessa