If your gift reaches us before 24 December, its impact will be multiplied 12 times in the fight against Trachoma
Sha’atu lives in one of the last villages who needs your help. She’s terrified her children will get Trachoma, because she knows the agony that’s in store for them.
Her eyes are already infected. Tears constantly run down her cheeks. Her eyelids have “flipped” so that eyelashes scrape against her eye with every blink.
Without help, Sha’atu will go painfully and permanently blind.
She says, “I can hardly keep my eyes open. My eyes are very teary, and it is very painful and itchy.”
Please, will you help Sha’atu, her children, and her entire village be set free from the misery of Trachoma?
All it takes to protect one child from Trachoma is one antibiotic pill per year. To protect an adult, it’s four antibiotic pills per year.
A generous partner organisation has already donated the antibiotics needed to protect the village where Sha’atu lives, and many more communities too.
We urgently need your help to distribute these sight-saving antibiotics, and help wipe out the last remaining hotspots of Trachoma. Please donate today!