When we first met with Kipar, our team was stunned by how dirty he was. Then we realised. The reason Kipar was grubby isn’t because he's not loved. He is, deeply. Born with bilateral cataracts, Kipar was dirty because there was no way he could walk the 10 km to the nearest water to wash himself. The fact that Kipar was still alive is a credit to his family's care. With the help of our supporters, Kipar travelled to the Foundation-supported Nakuru Eye Clinic for surgery. Moments after his eye patches were removed, Kipar examined his own face in the mirror. Imagine seeing your reflection clearly for the first time!