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Meheza means “I am free”

Meheza means “I am free”

Meheza: "I am free" You have probably heard us talk a lot about a woman named Meheza (or Meza for short). You may have wondered who she is. Simply put, Meza is the backbone of our Togo team. Meza is the Togo National Director of Sight.org.     Back in 2010,...

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You are going to love these people!

You are going to love these people!

Get ready to fall in love with a group of people you have never met before! During the month of July, there will be several volunteers traveling from Texas to Togo with Sight.org. We want to introduce them to you so that you can pray for them and follow along with...

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The Faces of Adjon

The Faces of Adjon

Take a look at these three faces.     These are not the kind of faces that are treated well in rural Africa. They are often isolated or looked down on. Many people think that faces like these are cursed.   However, in the house church in the village of...

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Story of an African Father

Story of an African Father

  This man brought his wife to our medical team to get her eyes checked. She had to wait all day until surgeries were over. As she waited, her husband sat to the side patiently, holding their baby. When the baby was hungry, he would let his wife feed and then he...

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One Thing After Another

One Thing After Another

Last week, it was one thing after another.   Lack of funds for surgeries. Bank transfer fail. Being forced to get supplies in one day instead of the normal three days. Electricity going off in the ambulance during surgeries.     We were sitting in our...

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20 Years Without a Mother

20 Years Without a Mother

As I sat with our medical team talking, our ophthalmic assistant, Dominic, said, “Something happened yesterday that I need to share with all of you. No one knows this yet. It was such a surprise to me that I have not told anyone yet. When I was very young, my mother...

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Baby Natalie

Baby Natalie

I was so tired. I just wanted a good nap. It was blazing hot in the midday African sun. Our tent was unbearably hot. I thought about resting under the mango tree.     Our tent was pitched outside the village hospital. My friend Meza said that there was an...

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Patchwork Bags from Togo

Patchwork Bags from Togo

This Mother's Day, give your mom a patchwork bag from Togo. All proceeds go toward giving sight to the blind in Togo, Africa.  Large Bag: $60 Dimensions: 23x17 inches.   Medium Bag: $30 Dimensions: 18x15 inches.   Small Bag: $20 Dimensions: 8x5x5 inches....

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Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day

This Mother's Day, you can give sight to a mom in Togo, Africa.    Meet Api. She is a 21 year old mother. She had a cataract in her left eye, so she came to our Sight.org mobile eye clinic for help.      She was able to get eye surgery through our free...

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It’s not about me, it’s about God’s kingdom and His glory

It’s not about me, it’s about God’s kingdom and His glory

As I sat in the plane, I burst into tears. I was traveling alone, so the strangers around me probably thought I was crazy. I couldn’t stop crying. Even the nun next to me refused to make eye contact. I was on my way to Togo. My book of choice for the trip was Nothing...

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Connection Between Farming and Eye Surgeries

Connection Between Farming and Eye Surgeries

Farming. Eye surgeries. What is the connection between the two? We get this question a lot at Sight.org. I got to see the connection first hand when I was in Togo a few weeks ago. Two members of our Sight.org team, Ishaka and Florent, are currently going through...

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Hungry for Jesus

Hungry for Jesus

I get to go to Togo once a year. Last year, I went during surgery week. It was overwhelming to see people’s lives being changed in a fifteen-minute surgery. I had so many stories and photos when I came back because our eye surgeries make such a huge impact. This year,...

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Happy International Women’s Day

Happy International Women’s Day

Happy International Women's Day from Sight.org. Every month, women in Togo, Africa are being freed from the bondage of visual impairment. They are free again to work, go to school, farm, sell, be a mom or grandma. Their smiles say it all!

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Beloved New Region

Beloved New Region

The region of Elavagnon is the biggest challenge Sight.org has ever faced. This entire year, we will be serving this region through eye surgeries and ministry. This area is poorer than any region Sight.org has ever served, and the Ministry of Health in Togo believes...

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Meet Koassi

Meet Koassi

He is 55 years old. He worked as a road builder, but when he developed a cataract in his right eye 3 years ago, he was no longer able to drive a car. He knew that he was about to get fired from his job because of his visual impairment and was desperate for help. He...

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Sight.org Visits Grace Vision

Sight.org Visits Grace Vision

Sight.org's founder, Lewis Swann and his wife Naomi Swann went to South Africa last month to observe another eye care ministry called Grace Vision. Sight.org is always looking for ways to learn and become a better ministry. We are thankful that we had this opportunity...

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Coming Home

Coming Home

Happy New Year! We can't believe it's already here! New Years is a BIG celebration here in TOGO. People fill the churches the night before (even though they may not go to church all year) and ring in the new year with fasting, prayers and praise! We are on our way...

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