Alister Yeo, a dedicated volunteer for Operation Food for Life (OFFL) from Australia recently arranged a program involving one of the Pacific Adventist University (PAU) Nursing Faculty members and students to provide a free optical assessment for the teachers at the Mount Diamond SDA school and in surrounding local villages.
1000 pairs of glasses were donated by Personal Eyes, and Qantas.
Both organisations have an ongoing commitment to the program.
The state-of-the-art visual technical equipment donated by “Personal Eyes” an amazing eye business in Australia, to the PAU Nursing and Home Science Department is of immense value.
OFFL is proud to be a supportive partner in this worthwhile life changing program.
Through the benefit of Glasses matched to the needs of the individual it is amazing to see the effects of seeing surroundings and items in full focus.
PAU Nursing Faculty member Ruth Galang and nursing students from PAU preparing for and carrying out the program feature in the photos.
A big thank you to PERSONAL EYES.