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Simple Words for Seeing the World Anew

It’s not how The Luke Commission locates Swazis who need eye surgery, although it’s a movement to behold when TLC’s fleet of buses head to all parts of Eswatini to pick up eye patients. Nor is it how Swazis “find” The...

Where to Treat Patients? Then Day 1 at SCSC Arrives

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It’s the small things that thrill your heart when you go from blindness to eyesight, from the blackness to brightness. That’s what Eliot discovered after double cataract surgery at the Miracle Campus. “I can see to sign my name s...

Wheelchair Will Enhance Her Body and Mind

Thembi has lived with her mother-in-law ever since Thembi married her son 34 years ago. The elderly Siyanda wrestled with high blood pressure, but she and her daughter-in-law took public transportation every month to obtain medications. Then in...

From Cloudy to Sunny His Vision Improved

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Sometimes, CARES cares for a family member.   This happened at a recent Miracle Campus surgical session, part of TLC’s Comprehensive and Restorative Eyecare Services, when Manzi Dvuba received a pterygium procedure that vastly improved h...

Njabuliso Lives Above, and Beyond, His Limitations

He is strong but unassuming. He smiles though seems shy. He has every reason to want revenge. Instead he has chosen to forgive.    This is a 28-year-old man The Luke Commission met with no lower limbs.   At a recent TLC outreach, h...

She Waded Through the River to Challenge the Darkness

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His blindness could not be reversed, nor could his delight be contained at the Miracle Campus.   BLINDNESS and deLIGHT do not go together, at least not until you meet Simon Masango.   He gave a gift to patients and staff alike at a rece...

Young Men Watch Others, Listen, Then Circumcise

Three young men – still in primary school but determined to pursue more education – were circumcised at a Luke Commission outreach.   Forty-nine others were circumcised that day, too, but these boys stood out with their smiles and ...

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