During our 3 month stay in Madagascar we started up a new project which will help us be partly become a little more autosufficient on site. With the extra space we have on the clinic’s plot, and the knowledge of our team on site, we have started reproducing chickens. This provides chickens (and eggs) for the food-packages distributed to our families as well as food for the orphanage. All eggs and chickens sold contribute to financing medication needed at the clinic. Here some impressions:
Here the first impressions of our volunteer Pamela with La Vision in Fort Dauphin. She is loving it and so are the kids 🙂
Finally the big day has arrived. After many discussions and lots and lots of paper work the container to Madagascar has been loaded today and will be shipped this week. Thank you to everyone for your generous donations! We will keep you posted when it arrives safely in Fort Dauphin.
Our new team-member at La Vision: ophtalmologist Dr. Lara at work:
Thanks to the donations collected at this year’s Christmas Markets we were able to organize a Christmas Celebration in Fort Dauphin for all the people in need that receive help from La Vision. Everyone helped with the preparations and had a wonderful time. We thank you all for your support as without it all this would not have been possible. La Vision wishes you a very happy and healthy new year!
Here are more pictures:
This year Quentin’s trip to Madagscar took place in April. He checked on all our projects in Fort Dauphin, distributed food, spent some time with our kids at the orphanage and lots more. Check out the pictures from his experiences:
Still day 9 of our Madagascar trip:
In the afternoon we went to our ophtalmology clinic’s site, where we met up with Dr. Parfait. He gave us an insight into his work with the patients he treats free of charge.
Here some impresions of our eye-clinic: