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Kenya: “people don’t really understand eye health”

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 28/05/18
Moses Orwe is an ophthalmic nurse at Homa Bay County Referral Hospital in Kenya’s southwest. The hospital sees an average of 75 patients a day, 10 of whom will need eye surgery. The Foundation spoke with Moses about his work in eye health and some interesting challenges he faces.

Kenya: “people don’t really understand eye health”

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 28/05/18
Moses Orwe is an ophthalmic nurse at Homa Bay County Referral Hospital in Kenya’s southwest. The hospital sees an average of 75 patients a day, 10 of whom will need eye surgery. The Foundation spoke with Moses about his work in eye health and some interesting challenges he faces.

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