Relief for Human Suffering Foundation

From Shadows to Sunlight: Relief for Human Suffering Foundation (R4HSF) and local partner, St. Thomas Eye Hospital (STEH) provide free sight restoration surgeries in Accra, Ghana.

Relief for Human Suffering Foundation (R4HSF) and local partner, St. Thomas Eye Hospital (STEH) provided free eye screening to almost 150 individuals and restored sight to 33, during a one day medical outreach event in Accra, Ghana.  Photo: A cross section of the close to 150 people attended to during the medical outreach event organized […]

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Illuminating Hope: Together Against Preventable Blindness in Africa and Beyond

Visual impairment robs individuals of the ability to see their surroundings, their  loved ones, and even their own reflection. This loss affects their work, their play,  and their cherished memories, as our world is profoundly shaped by what we see.  Shockingly, 15.3% of the world’s blind population resides in Africa, with 26.3  million people in

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R4HS Foundation Extends Reach to Ghana, 2nd Largest Country in West Africa

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Restoring the gift of sight to improve lives: R4HS Foundation expands charitable efforts to tackle avoidable blindness in Ghana, West Africa In a continent with over 1.2 billion people, approximately 26 million individuals suffer from visual impairments. Tragically, a significant number of these cases are avoidable, but due to poverty and limited

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R4HS Foundation provides free eye clinic and sight saving cataract surgeries in Ondo, Nigeria

The Foundation provides free eye clinic and sight saving cataract/ pterygium surgeries to nearly 600 impoverished individuals in Ondo, Nigeria. Mayowa regains his sight on July 5, following the outreach in Ondo, Nigeria Meet Mayowa, a 14-year-old student who battled blindness in his right eye since the tender age of 4. His family, trapped in

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Foundation expands reach to more communities in Africa

Relief for Human Suffering Foundation (R4HSF) expands its reach to more communities in Africa. The Foundation initiates a pilot with The Church of Jesus Christ of  Latter-day Saints, an organization committed to improving the lives of people all over the world through their lifesaving assistance programs. Working with its main partner in Nigeria, Eye Foundation

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Vision Quest Blog

Mission to Restore the Gift of Sight and Relieve Human Suffering August 14, 2022 Rui Babilonia, Non-profit Blogger & Volunteer, R4HS Foundation Hello and welcome, everyone! First and most importantly, thank you for gifting your time to our organization. It’s so nice to have you here visiting us. I am excited to use this blog

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The Gift Of Sight

Relief for Human Suffering Foundation Restoring The Gift of Sight To Impoverished Individuals in Africa Within Two Years, More Than 5,550 People in Africa Touched By Donors and Supporters’ Generosity, from Routine Eye Examination To Cataract Surgeries And Prescription Glasses  We’re moving into the second half of 2022, and the nonprofit organization, Relief for Human

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Board Member Manjunath Durham

RELIEF FOR HUMAN SUFFERING FOUNDATION STRENGTHENS ITS MISSION OUTREACH WITH NEW BOARD MEMBER Ranjani Manjunath Durham Joins Board Alongside Other Seasoned Business/Healthcare Professionals 2022 continues proving to be a pivotal year for the Relief for Human Suffering Foundation (R4HS Foundation). The nonprofit organization welcomes its newest board member, Ranjani Durham, to the board. Durham becomes

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