Eye health

Inji Bai & Kallu's story

Inji Bai and Kallu (names changed) have been married for more than 60 years and are now in their seventies.

Sightsavers with support from SBI Capital Markets Limited launches mobile vision centre in Pune to prevent avoidable blindness among the urban slum population

In a year, the eye health mobile van in Pune will screen about 11,000 people who live in urban slums.

June 2022

Sightsavers launches its campaign: It takes two - Us & You

Campaign Promotes the Eradication of Preventable Blindness & disability inclusion in Rajasthan and beyond

June 2022

Gurbachan's story

Sixty five year old Gurbachan lives with his wife and children, in Hanumangarh district of Rajasthan.

Rohitas' story

Sixty-year-old Rohitas lives in Alwar district of Rajasthan.

“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

Shanti Devi's story

Shanti Devi, 65 years old widow, in the city of Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh.

Gaya Bai’s Story

Fifty-nine-year-old Gaya Bai from Katni manages her household expenses from the meagre pension of her retired Police constable husband.

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