Focus on Patients – That’s TLC’s #1 Concern

Patients - those who have access to little or no health care, are The Luke Commission’s primary focus.

Patients – caring for their physical and spiritual well-being, helping them access quality healthcare in their community.

Patients – young and old, living in rural Swaziland as 70% of the population does.

Patients – the sick who often have given up hope.

Patients – orphans whose parents have died, who are raising younger siblings, who need help themselves, maybe just a new pair of shoes.

Patients – the disabled, the vision-impaired, plagued by tumors, seeking improved health on so many levels.

Their stories are the ones we share with tears in our eyes and lumps in our throats, with wonder and sometimes with sadness.  They need to be told.  

Read one today, one tomorrow, one any day you’d like to get outside yourself:
“Nowhere Else to Go – Try The Luke Commission” 3/20/14
“Mother’s Intuition Proves Right On” 4/25/14
“Birth along the Way” 5/30/14 
“Swaziland School Children Welcome New Shoes” 6/13/13
“PET Update” 6/7/12
“Stories from the Hospital Slice of TLC” 7/14/10
“The Essence of TLC Turns No to Yes” 2013 magazine
Moving Photos from Manzini to Sidvokodvo, 2013 magazine
Photos of TOMS Shoes Distribution, 2013 magazine
“From Tumor to Town” 2012 magazine
“’I Want to Know My Status,’ said Mother of Three” 2012 magazine
“Nhlanhla Spreads His Story” 2011 magazine
“HIV/AIDS Sometimes Saddens, Sometimes Surprises” 2011 magazine
“Infections Run Wild” 2009 magazine
“It’s Sad but True” 2009 magazine
“HIV Affects Everything” 2009 magazine
“Good-Bye to Another Son” 2009 magazine
“From Sickness to Wellness” 2009 magazine
“Sick Kids Touched by Your Gifts” 2009 magazine
 


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