Video: Malawi Eye Clinic

As Knights of the Blind, Lions are perhaps best known for the sight services they provide to their communities — both locally and globally. The Recycle for Sight program, for example, involves Lions collecting recycled eyeglasses in their communities, sorting and cleaning the eyeglasses, and distributing them through missions worldwide.

The video above features a group of high school students from Verde Valley School in Sedona, Arizona, USA, that worked with the local Lions club to provide eye care and eyeglasses to people in Malawi. The students spent a year cleaning eyeglasses, reading their prescriptions and packaging them. They traveled to Malawi where they worked with partners, including the Sedona Oak Creek Lions Club, to provide free vision screenings and eye care to children and adults in need. The first day, they dispensed 750 pairs of eyeglasses.

Watch the video to see what these students learned from their experiences, and how their efforts helped change lives.

One Comment on “Video: Malawi Eye Clinic

  1. It’s great to see how young people are working with Lions clubs to make a global impact!