Around five participants in the workshop were trained to click perfect pictures under the supervision of the skilled experts.
In addition to the photo exhibition, Sightsavers arranged for other interesting activities that would offer visitors a closer look at a blind person’s life.
The participants in the workshop were being trained to click perfect pictures under the supervision of the skilled experts.
Keeping quality eye health in mind, Sightsavers in partnership with Standard Chartered Bank launches a mobile vision centre boat in the Sunderbans.
This Holi, spread your colours far and wide! Paint the lives of the underprivileged with colourful hopes, dreams and aspirations with Sightsavers.
The National School Eye Health Programme will provide free eye health services to around 3.50 lakh children covering 2,500 schools in the district.
A 10 day self - defence training programme ‘Sashakta Netra’ for visually impaired girls was inaugurated on the “Nirbhaya Diwas”.
Today is the International Day for Persons with Disabilities, one of the many days we observe to show our commitment to various social development issues.
Sightsavers in India has been accredited for adhering to all the desired good practices in the NGO governance and management space.