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OAL Vision Clinics- Over 3,000 pairs of eyes inspected

The morning started with 100 Liberian’s waiting patiently in a large open room located smack in the middle of a village in Montserrado County. All with tickets in hand that we handed out to those in need the day before. Outside of that room waited another 100 people praying that we would have the time…

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Thin Places by Haley Minesinger

“We’re back on U.S. soil from a 12-day trip to Liberia, and while my bed feels heavenly and I appreciate smelling decent again, I already miss my Liberian family that we left behind. These people, these children, really have become just that: family. And when you start to think of people as family, and not…

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Children's Cafeteria

We’re excited to announce we broke ground on the cafeteria project and are excited to see the progress. As you can imagine it gets very hot and wet due to the aggressive climate. Below is a 7-day forecast. Currently, the caretakers are cooking by burning coal inside of the very rooms they sleep. They usually…

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Day 6 | Trip 22

Day 6 | Trip 22 Our last day in Buchanan begins with a stop at the local Total for Troy to purchase some more solar lights for the Caring for Tomorrow orphanage. As I mentioned yesterday, the living conditions at CFT are rough at best so we decided to stop by on our way out of…

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Day 4: Part 2 & Day 5 | Trip 22

Day 4: Part 2 & Day 5 | Trip 22 Day 4 Continued. After we had left Peter’s orphanage, we headed to see a big group of beautiful orphans at Peter Saykalon Orphanage in Kakata. If you recall the picture below, we met these children on Trip #20, and this is what they had to survive…

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Day 1 | Trip 22

Day 1- Liberia, West Africa This first day is going better than the last 2 trips for me personally. I believe the travel is getting easier to bare, and with the grace of God, I seem a little more focused. We’re hitting the road in route to find some chickens to look into providing eggs for…

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