My name is Naglaa and I’m from Beni Suef. I am the mother of a child working in a carpentry workshop. I was suffering from severe eye-redness and itch, and due to difficult living conditions and the distance to the Ophthalmic Hospital I thought I was destined to continue suffering. My son learned about the medical convoys organized by CEOSS and told me about the subsidies I get for treatment. The treatments were for working children and their families, and these convoys allowed many people in my neighborhood to receive medical treatment. I went to the convoy and was prescribed medicine for my eye condition by the doctors that were there with the mobile health unity. I am grateful for CEOSS and the work they have done to better the lives of working children and their families.