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Replication!

Duplication of The Luke Commission happened today in Swaziland. Two teams! Traveling to different rural communities offering free medical services with compassion to thousands.      "We have been working toward this day ...

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Sibusiso's Miracle Brings Him "Home" to TLC

We didn’t know why Sibusiso always expresses such happiness. He isn’t simply cheerful but overflows with jubilation even at the end of a late-night TLC outreach.   Then we heard his story – the story of an employee who says h...

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Trust and Prevention in the Real World

Some stories are hard to tell, but not nearly as hard as living those stories. Recently, two Down syndrome young ladies came separately to a TLC outreach. Both had vision problems. While their eyes were being tested in Room 9, staff quietly ask...

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Eye Patient Writes with Elegance to TLC Team Everywhere

English may be Ntsetselelo Mkhumbuza’s second (or third) language, but his email sent to The Luke Commission’s executive directors was elegant and heartwarming.               The subject line read: &ld...

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Speaking in Two Languages with One Heart

As winter descends on the Northern Hemisphere, and summer is at its height in the Southern Hemi, including Swaziland, we want to communicate our thanks – thanks for helping dear Swazis, old and young.   Speaking of communicating, meet Ma...

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The Wonder of New Sight, Supernatural, Miraculous

A series of God-orchestrated events resulted in a 42-year-old Swazi man receiving a cornea transplant during The Luke Commission’s first surgical weeks of CARES, or (Comprehensive and Restorative Eyecare Services).   It was a wonder to b...

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New Lease on Life for Young Swazi Man

A young man brought his sister to The Luke Commission seeking help for her poor eyesight and, instead, received a whole new lease on vision himself. Not to mention a job with The Luke Commission…   In a recent intensive surgical launch ...

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Sometimes Exuberance Cannot Be Contained

Professionals who work in surgery typically are stoic, at least not given to showing their emotions.   But sometimes, just sometimes, cautious exuberance cannot be contained.   Such happened recently during The Luke Commission’s c...

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PET Better than Food, a Mother Says

Her boy needed help. She needed help. Meli’s mother had heard The Luke Commission was coming to a school close by her rural community in Swaziland, southern Africa.     Khanyisile Dlamini would walk to school with her 15-year-old so...

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Boy Bitten by Snake While Fishing - Just the Beginning

The Miracle Campus is so large and so full of activity that it’s easy to miss individual patients coming and going for continuous treatment.   But they are there, and they are grateful. Take the “snake bite boy” and his de...

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