Aid to Africa Videos

In September 2019, Doctors For Life conducted a large medical outreach to one of the most remotest areas in Sub-Saharan Africa - the vast Zambezi Delta region of about 18,000sq/km in Mozambique.

The focus was curing blindness through cataract surgery but included various other types of eye surgery. Total number of surgeries were about 136. Organisations and companies that supported DFL included: Medical Mission International, Good Shepherd Hospital, Mercy Air, YWAM (JOCUM) Marromeu, The Kingsley Holgate Foundation (through their sponsors Land Rover, Barrows and Nandos), TEREOS Sugar company in Marromeu, Surgical Opthalmic Supplies (SOS) and many ot her individuals. A big thank you to all of them, without whom this mission would not have been possible.

We would also like to extend our gratitude to the Mozambique ministry of Health, in particular the minister, as well as the MInistry of Health of the three provinces Sofala, Inhambane and Zambezia. A special thank you to the medical specialists, nurses and volunteers who gave their time and expertise to help the needy free of charge.

In 2012, Doctors for Life International, in association with Medical Mission International aims to do medical outreaches to some of most isolated and remote areas in Sub-Saharan Africa. The medical work includes eye surgery, optometry, dental and general medical care. The eye surgery focuses on curing or preventing blindness.

As you will see in this video clip, the response of those that can see again after many years of bilateral blindness is amazing. The road conditions can be dangerous in these areas: landmines, thick sand, trees that break and fall on the vehicles etc. The countries include Mozambique, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Angola.

Doctors for Life International, in association with Medical Mission International aims to do medical outreaches to some of most isolated and remote areas in Sub-Saharan Africa. The medical work includes eye surgery, optometry, dental and general medical care.

The eye surgery focuses on curing or preventing blindness. As you will see in this video clip, the response of those that can see again after many years of bilateral blindness is amazing. The road conditions can be dangerous in these areas: landmines, thick sand, trees that break and fall on the vehicles etc. The countries include Mozambique, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Angola.

In 2010, The Doctors For Life team reaches needy people in some of the remotest parts of Africa. This video includes Malawi, Mozambique, Zambia and Zimbabwe

Western Zambia/Angola Rivungo and Shangombo

Watch these people dance when they regain their sight!