Treating Common Eyesight Problems
Equipping local believers with a vision enhancement ministry.
See the eyesight training in action on a trip to Eastern Africa.
Simply take the I-SEE kit with you on a short-term trip (we can help with the planning and preparations). Chose trainers through an indigenous church. The right church partner will know who is faithful to continue the work and use it for a door-opener for sharing the Gospel.
I-SEE training requires minimal training for both the trainer and the trainee, making it an easily accessible tool for any trip or church group. Once on the ground, the team will instruct the locals selected by the church how to complete the exam, fit glasses, and pray with the patients.
After the Trip
The goal and exciting part of the I-SEE program is that the ministry will continue after the trip. Students will keep the kit that includes 200 pairs of glasses, so the opportunity for God to use these trainees and churches to reach their communities is vast! Students are encouraged to charge a small fee for the glasses to jumpstart a local economy and prevent local dependency on free goods.
This kit, and the supporting training, equips indigenous Christ-followers with the skills to identify and treat common eyesight problems. The glasses are packaged into ministry-ready kits. The kit includes the 200 pairs of glasses, a traveling case, 2 lens ladders, eye chart, a repair kit, and all of the other necessary tools for someone to do a full eye exam.
Check Out The Kit
I once was blind but now I see.
ITEC’s eyesight training is all about equipping the local believers with a tool that can open doors to share the Gospel. This vision enhancement ministry could represent hope for those that struggle with basic near and farsightedness, and give local believers an opportunity to share about the hope they have.