World Sight Day, Thursday 14 October, aims to highlight the effects of visual impairment and the importance of eliminating avoidable blindness.
Almost everyone in the world will experience an eye health issue in their lifetime, yet more than a billion people worldwide do not have access to eye care services. This is a global issue, but one that starts with us.
We invite you to listen to Radio Rhema and Life FM on Wednesday 20 October to be part of Miracles Day and help turn blindness into sight for people living in Papua New Guinea.
Hear transformational stories of people like Daka, who have been given the miracle of sight-saving cataract surgery, so they can live their life to the full. All it takes is $35 and a 12-minute operation to restore sight for someone with blinding cataracts.
Your Miracle gift of sight will be multiplied x5 thanks to the New Zealand Aid Programme.
You can make Miracles happen for just $35.