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Blindsided by virus, eye doctors saved by gifts

Publication date 31 August 2020 | 21:52 | ICT

When Thol lost her eyesight, her husband abandoned her. She spent her days being guided around by her small children while her oldest son fished for food to keep the family alive.

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