Rajaram Ramnath Mhatre, 72, and Geeta Rajaram Mhatre, 66, can lead a life of independence and normalcy once again after cataract surgery.
Visually impaired since birth, 10-year-old Kiran could have never imagined stepping out of her home until regular counselling was given to her parents.
Hira had to face many challenges in her childhood but found freedom from illiteracy through a Sightsavers Inclusive Education Project.
Thanks to the use of Facebook’s messenger tool, nine-year-old Polok from Bangladesh has regained his sight.
Visually impaired since birth, Simpi could never imagine that she could go to school until a Sightsavers Inclusive Education Programme identified her.
Andhreyes’ journey to education was not an easy one, but with teachers trained in providing inclusive education she has been able to pursue her dreams.
Due to deteriorating eyesight Mukundu was unable to work properly, pushing him into depression, until he found out a simple surgery could help.
A social inclusion programme in her district motivated Archana to learn about her rights and entitlements to become the kind of leader we all need.
Thanks to technology, people who are blind can today function as effectively as their sighted colleagues in diverse professions such as management, law, accountancy, teaching, paramedical professions, and a range of vocations
Mohinder hails from Ooty and suffers from blindness
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