Fortunately for one little boy his dad had a plan. Like parents around the world, Ung Sam Art wants the absolute best for his children. Determined that they attend school - that they have a bright future. But even with the best intentions, things don’t always go according to plan. Sony, Ung Sam Art’s oldest child, couldn’t see.
He couldn’t see his books. He couldn’t read the blackboard in school.
All the dreams of a promising future slowly drifted away as Sony fell further and further behind in his studies.
Until one fateful day when word travelled to their small village that there was help - a solution. A vision centre that was not close, but reachable.
Without hesitation, Ung Sam Art tasked himself with organising money and transportation, nothing was going to keep him from providing Sony with clear vision.
Forty kilometres bouncing on the back of a motorcycle had Sony, his sister (because why not?)
and Ung Sam Art arrive at eye care services that they trusted and importantly, could afford.
There in the early morning heat, just as the vision centre opened for the day, Ung Sam Art eagerly waited. He was excited because he knew that by the end of the day, things that were impossible for Sony to achieve yesterday, would now be possible.