Working for a Cause… Working for Sightsavers!

Smitha Bala, March 2015
Working for Sightsavers!

Eye health in India may not be as important when compared to other causes like girl child, cancer, aids and the list goes on but it has its own significance in one way or another. We at Sightsavers are proud for what we stand for and are able to offer to the society. Today, we have a strong team working in different verticals that help us support the cause. Without the availability of proper human resource this would become a mammoth task.

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“The Sightsavers India Fellowship Program takes keen interest in a fellow’s growth,” Dr Anoop Kumar Singh, Sightsavers India Fellow, 2019 – 2021

Sightsavers India Fellow, 2019-2021 gets candid as he completes his fellowship journey. Here’s a tete-a-tete with the ophthalmologist on eye health in rural India, the pandemic and his overall fellowship journey.

Dr Anoop Kumar Singh, December 2021
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RAAHI– Serving those that serve us

India is home to over 9 million truck drivers. Truck drivers play a significant role in transporting India’s freight; however their unorganised nature of work prohibits them to take their health issues seriously.

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Rural Eye Health – An impact waiting to be achieved

India is home to the largest population of blind people in the world. Over 12 million people in India are blind, of which nearly 88% of the blindness was unavoidable.