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Our patients: Mr. Yimpan (56) can finally do business again


As a business man, Mr. Impan from Donalankhan had always been quite successful. It enabled him to support his family, until the sight in both his eyes deteriorated because of cataract. Eventually, he hardly couldn’t see anything. He had to give up his business and could only go outdoors when accompanied by family. Mr. Impan […]

Our patients: MR ORTA THE TUKTUK DRIVER


Mr Orta knows how important it is to see clearly, because in the past he had worked for many years as a tuktuk driver in Pakse. Now he lives in Tahin, a village just outside Pakse. Since 3 years, Mr Orta has been seeing gradually less through his left eye, which proved to have been […]

Our patients: THE HANDICAPPED MR TAN


Already from a very young age, Mr Tan (46) leads the life of a seriously handicapped person: he is not longer than 1,10 m, has a misshaped torso and because of his clupfeet and misshaped legs he is forced to walk on the sides of his feet. Fortunately, Mr Tan has family members to look […]

Our patients: MR LIE KNOWS THE HOSPITAL FROM THE OLD


Since 5 years, Mr Lie sees less with both his left and right eye, but he still goes to his work every day. Our Laotian nurse recognizes Mr Lie, because in the past he used to work as a teacher in the hospital! Nowadays, he no longer does this work; he now works as an […]