Girls wait in line to be seen at one of Sole Hope's traveling jigger clinics being held at their elementary school.
One of Sole Hope's dust-covered vehicles waits to bring nurses and volunteers to a school for a jigger clinic.
School children wait in line to be registered for a jigger clinic being held at their school.
Patients with severe jigger wounds wait to be checked into a week long medical clinic at the Sole Hope compound.
A young boy with a severe case of jiggers is bathed before having his jiggers removed and receiving new clothes.
A Sole Hope staff member removes jiggers from a child's feet at a jigger removal clinic.
Tools and shoemaking materials rest on a table in the Sole Hope shoemakers' workshop.
Okello, a Sole Hope tailor, sews donated denim into shoes to be given to children at a jigger removal clinic.
Sole Hope shoemakers cut soles out of locally sourced tires.
Sole Hope shoemakers work in their workshop to finish shoes before a school clinic.
The cut outs of soles are left in old tires after the shoemakers have finished a set of Sole Hope shoes to be given away at a school.
School children stand under a tree after having their feet examined and being given new shoes at a Sole Hope clinic at their school.
A girl poses for a portrait by a clinic at her school with new shoes on her feet, jigger prevention information pinned to her uniform, and a few treats for her bravery during the jigger removal process.
Children sit in a classroom at the Sole Hope classroom to learn about safe jigger removal and jigger prevention.
After a week at the Sole Hope Outreach House being treated for a severe case of jigger wounds, a young boy is returned to his rural home with new shoes, clothes, and a medical kit.
After a week at the Sole Hope Outreach House being treated for a severe case of jigger wounds, a young girl waits in the van to be driven back to her family home.