“To not care; to not respond to their unmet needs, however great, was never an option. I offered, they graciously accepted – it was that simple.”
Serving others has been an important part of Dr. Clark’s professional life. In the 1980s, he and his wife Cindy established a clinic that continues to provide pro bono eye care for the indigent and homeless of SLC, Utah. Furthermore, from 1989 to 1997, (on six different occasions) Kim traveled to Mali, Africa where he treated and managed eye diseases.
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Sub –Saharan country of Mali, Africa; stark and arid after the rainy season. The capitol city of Bamako, Mali. 
People traveled by bicycle, foot & sometimes motor bike for an eye exam.
Women, Men and Children enriched our experience as we helped them; responding freely with gratitude, hospitality, and love.