Laurinda’s story part 1 (A million miracles)

Have you haed of the A Million Miracles campaign? I want to tel you about it…it is really quite astonishing.

I want to introduce you to  Laurinda who’s 37 and been blind for four years. She has 7 children, including a one year old who she’s never seen.

Laur, A million miracles

Sighsavers met Laurinda in Mozambique and were really touched by her story as since her husband left she has no support and totally relies on her eldest daughter who has a baby of her own to care for

Her heartbreaking story can be read in full over at Sightsavers  please do ttake hte time to read it  it is goign to have the very happuiest of endings.

Follow Sighsavers on twitter or facebook for updates on Laurinda’s story all this week at Sightsavers try and bring about a million sight saving miracles with their work, That is so impreeive isn’t it…wha ta goal

I will share part 2 of Laurinds’s story later in the week….make sure you come back to read it.

You can pay for a miracle and restore someone’s sight for just £30. So little yet so very much. You can donate here absolutely anything makes such a difference, HJust £30 can change someone’s entire life.

 

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  1. November 12, 2015 / 12:36 pm

    I’ve just caught up on Laurinda’s story and have tears my eyes. We are so lucky in this country to have access to the medical care we have. My heart goes out to her and her family.
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