In August 2022 nine Amigos Eye Care students from Pacific University traveled with Enfoque Ixcán to Guatemala for our 18th joint mission trip serving the people of Ixcán, Guatemala. In their 4 days of clinics they saw 755 patients and dispensed 334 pairs of glasses. They also diagnosed over 55 people needing cataract surgeries. Many of these people will be traveling with Enfoque Ixcán’s eye health promoters within the next month, to the Guatemalan eye clinic where their cataract surgeries will be performed.
Your donations help keep this program moving forward. THANK YOU!
March 13, 2022: Snapshot of 2021-22!
Enjoy a pleasant visit with the Board of Enfoque Ixcán and see the happy results of your kind donations.
This is a recording of the live webinar held March 13, 2022
February 28, 2021: Celebrating Our Past, Present and Future
This presentation is 30 minutes, followed by another 19 minutes of questions and answers. Please join us for an informative look at who we really are, what we do and where we’re going.
Our Board of Directors of Enfoque Ixcán invites you to view our Feb. 28, 2021 Zoom presentation, Celebrating Our Past, Present and Future.
This is your opportunity:
- to meet our Board of Directors,
- to meet our eye care workers in Guatemala
- to meet one of our partners in eye care delivery, and
- to see the progress on our new eye clinic.
2017: An Eye Care Project with a Vision for Everyone
Enfoque Ixcán – an eye care project with a vision for everyone. Our volunteers work in tiny villages in the remote jungle regions of Guatemala. By training the local people to provide basic eye care for their neighbors, and by providing eye glasses, sun glasses, test equipment, and funds for eye surgeries, Enfoque Ixcán is changing lives.
Please join us in helping these deserving, hardworking people access basic eye care. CLICK HERE to learn how…
August 2010: AMIGOS/Enfoque Ixcán Trip
Watch this lively 6-1/2 minute video to join the AMIGOS/Enfoque Ixcán volunteers on their 2010 trip to Guatemala…
Video edited by Kevy Simmons, one of the Pacific Optometry students who was part of the August 2010 trip.