Grey Mist Lifting

A Weekly Blog About Lives Changed Through Eye Care

Lynne Dulaney, Director of Communications

Mothers make a difference in the world

In the course of our work in Africa and India, we see a lot of mothers. They may have different appearances, household incomes, occupations or roles in the community. They may be first time parents, mothers of five scraping by with limited resources, or grandmothers barely recognizing their grandchildren because of their cataracts. The only thing that doesn’t change is their love and care for their families.

Here are some of the memorable mothers we’ve encountered in the past few years. Click on the images to see a bigger version of the photos, or read about their stories and our programs in the places they live.

May 13 is Mother’s Day. It’s not too late to send an eCard to your mom, grandmother or spouse. Celebrate her with an eCard and a meaningful gift that honours her and helps mothers in India and Africa.

An Indian woman cuddles a baby close. (Photo by Peter Carrette.)

Bright eyes: mother and child in a rice field. (Photo by Peter Carrette.)

A Maasai mother and child wait for the village water pump to be turned on. (Photo by Peter Carrette.)

With reliable eye care nearby, this Maasai baby can grow up without the fear of going blind. (Photo by Ric Rowan.)

A big hug in Rasoolpura, India. (Photo by Jo-Lynne Sutherland)

Dinnertime at Nyarkokwaa village in rural Ghana. (Photo by Wairimu Gitahi.)

An African mother carrying her baby on her back. (Photo by Peter Carrette.)

Jerita seeing her granddaughter for the first time after successful cataract surgery. (Photo by Ric Rowan.)

    Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *