Half a million Kenyans are partially or fully blind

The high cost of hospital treatment means many seek traditional healers, who are legally recognized in Kenya.

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    At least half a million people in Kenya are blind or visually impaired.

    The high cost of seeking treatment in a hospital or with an MD means many Kenyans turn to traditional healers, who play an important role in serving the rural communities.

     

    Al Jazeera's Catherine Soi reports from Homa Bay.


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