“Foremost, I give thanks to Almighty God.”
Meet Moses, a 61-year-old tailor from the eastern region of Ghana.
When we met Moses, he had been completely blind for nearly 2 years. Sadly, he also lost his wife shortly after he became blind. He’s the father of 2 children and 5 grandchildren. Since becoming blind, he hasn’t been able to work which has been very stressful for him. In his own words, “I can’t work. I can’t survive if I can’t work”. His brother and sister-in-law care for him fulltime and, as a result, they are unable to pursue a fulltime career.
Receiving sight has not only brought a new life to Moses, but a sense of relief and freedom to his family as well. In the words of his brother “it has been a burden on us. We appreciate what you have done for us.” In a final message to us, Moses’ brother said “Foremost, I give thanks to the Almighty God. Second, I give thanks to the Daybreak Vision Project for making him what his is now. Because when problems come, you have to pay a huge amount of money before they operate you, but you have done everything freely. We pray that God will bless you and then richly bless you again that the work goes on in Africa.”