Packing for Ecuador Mission

🇪🇨 🇪🇨🇪🇨Eye Surgical Mission Trip to Ecuador 🇪🇨 🇪🇨🇪🇨 Packing up for a trip is always a big challenge: we need to make sure we have all the surgical instruments. Then all the supplies. All the post-op eye drops. All the medicine for surgeries. All the drapes and blades. Then lenses. All in all, we are packing close to 500 pounds of supplies for our trip for 2 weeks! Here is Dr. Kondrot going over the last check-up to make sure all the packing is correct and that we are not missing anything for our trip! ⏩ To support our work, if you are an Amazon customer, please go to amazon smile and choose “ Restore Vision Foundation”, in Zephyrhills, Florida, like your favorite charity. A percentage of your purchase will be donated from Amazon to support our mission work to cure blindness to the poor and abandoned around the world. Thank you for your support 🙏 🙏🙏 Spread the love for the poor in Ecuador! 🇪🇨🇪🇨🇪🇨

A Christmas tale: Grandma’s wish comes true for Christmas!

A Christmas tale: Grandma’s wish comes true for Christmas! This 75 years old lady has been blind in both eyes for a long time. She wishes she can see again. She prays on the operating table. She prays before we open her shield and she thanks God afterward. Here she is as we take off her shield one day post op. She can see again! Another miracle patient in Ecuador! Find out about Dr. Kondrot Mission work at

Happy Surgical patients in Ecuador!

Dr. Edward Kondrot receives a warm welcome and applause by hundreds of patients in the waiting hall as he arrives for his work day at the Militar hospital in Guayaquil. We work long days, 7 AM to 10 PM. We operate on many traumatized blind eyes from accidents in the fields for farm workers, coffee beans pickers. They ride the bus for 7 hours from the jungle and are put up in local guest houses for $3.50 a night including meals by charity Fundacion. They come in very blind and go home seeing again to resume their work to support their families. It’s Christmas. The season of giving. And we found a way to give back to a very worthy cause. Find out more about Dr. Kondrot Mission work at