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Joseph Banzi, country director in Tanzania [caption id="attachment_9664" align="alignright" width="225"] Joseph Banzi with one of our itinerant teachers.[/caption] A step forward in the development of Light for the World Tanzania. In 1997, when Light for the World was founded, we started working with partners in Tanzania. We...

Thanks to the generosity of our supporters, Light for the World was able to purchase important equipment for three of our partner eye clinics. [caption id="attachment_9628" align="alignright" width="298"] Kabgayi Eye Unit's two new operating chairs.[/caption] The Mwangaza eye clinic is one of the few in Congo where...

Rwandan doctor Livin Uwemeye is studying ophthalmology at the Tanzanian University KCMUCo (Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University College) with a scholarship funded by Light for the World. Once he gets his diploma, he will join the team at the Kabgayi Eye Unit in Rwanda. He is 31 years...

Nuru is the only center in the south of Congo that specializes in the academic and professional reintegration of blind and partially sighted children. Light for the World has been supporting the school's pedagogical component since 2008. All teachers at Nuru have been trained according to...

In developing countries, it is estimated that only 10 percent of all children with disabilities attend school because the educational structures are not adapted to their special needs. Since 2013, Light for the World, in Lubumbashi, has been running an Inclusive Education program for children...