The Power of Sight: How We Work to Improve Vision Care
The power of sight is often taken for granted, but it greatly affects a person’s quality of life. While eye care is improving worldwide, an estimated 1.1 billion people currently suffer from vision loss. The purpose of Latter-day Saint Charities’ vision care program is to strengthen provision systems, improve the quality of basic eye care systems, and help more people gain access to those systems.
Emergency Relief Efforts and Hope During COVID-19
Addressing 5 Root Causes of Hunger
Françoise's "Life-Giving Fish": Treating Anemia around the World
Latter-day Saint Charities Is Helping to Increase Mobility throughout the World
Clean water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) are crucial for children’s health and education
How to Be a Humanitarian, Part 4
Guidelines on Homemade Cloth Face Masks
Latter-day Saint Charities Highlights Common Ground with Multinational Partners
“Hungry Children Need Food”: 30 Million Meals Provided for Schoolchildren
Syrian Refugee Children Find Belonging and Reclaim Identity
Grow a Garden in Any Space
How to Be a Humanitarian, Part 3
Donations from members are used around the world to help people improve their lives. Since 1985, donations have allowed us to provide assistance to millions of people in 197 countries and territories.
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