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Its a PEN.. A BLUE PEN

todayMarch 11, 2020

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Inspirational Breakfast with Esther Higham

Every day, people in some of the world’s poorest places become needlessly blind because of conditions like cataracts that can be easily treated. Many women, men and children in poverty have no access to the most basic of eye health services. Worldwide, an incredible 3 out of 4 people who are blind, don’t need to be. And too often, if you live in a poor community, losing your sight also means losing the chance to go to school, live independently or earn a living. For those living on the edge, the impact is devastating – whole families pushed deeper into desperate poverty and hunger.

Diane Louise Jorden, former Blue Peter Presenter, has recently come back from Rwanda working with CBM UK. She was introduced to a young lad called Etienne. Dianne explained that her own family had been affected by eye issues.

THIS IS THE FULL INTERVIEW

Written by: Miriam Emenike

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