Reports

Gender and disability: A perspective from India

Gender and disability: A perspective from India

Demand for and provision of eye care services in slum populations in Jaipur, India

The overall aim of this study is to better understand the demand for and provision of eye care services in the city of Jaipur, with a specific focus on urban slum-dwelling communities.

education for blind

Health and hygiene among the girl child

A School based Study on Hygiene, Sanitation and Health among Girls in Howrah: Knowledge and Practices.

A young girl with her father.

Envisioning a beautiful tomorrow

In most rural communities, eye health (if available) is limited to cataract screening with limited or no attention given to other eye ailments.

Touching lives: experiences of positive change

Sightsavers has been working in the Sundarbans for seven years and, until 2013, had supported the establishment of 2 eye hospitals and 2 vision centres.

Eyes OK please

This report is an attempt to document, for the first time in India, the need for eye health care interventions as well as truckers’ own views on the vital issue of vision.

Sightsavers’ programme partnership policy

Sightsavers considers partnerships to be of vital and fundamental importance in the way it works towards achieving its mission.

Envisioning a better tomorrow

For Sightsavers in India, 2013 has been more around system strengthening and envisioning a better tomorrow so that our programmes are more impactful.

Guidelines for the Management of Cataract in India

The manual deals with all the protocols necessary for preoperative assessment, intra operative procedures and post operative care for cataract surgery.

Eye care in India: A Situation Analysis

The primary objective of this situational analysis document is to comprehensively explore several aspects of blindness and vision impairment in India.

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