World Challenge partners help widows in Latin America receive back their sight.
Rosa feels along the brick wall of her kitchen. Only the size of a living room in many Americans’ houses, her home is simple and clean. At least, she hopes it’s clean. She’s swept like always, bumping the broom between the table and chairs’ legs.
Something clatters cross the floor, and she pauses, trying to squint through grainy gloom at whatever’s fallen.
She squats and extends her hands, feeling lumps and realizes they are the plantains she purchased in the market yesterday.