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Poor eyesight, blurred vision, and frequent eye infections are common problems we all have to face at some point or the other.
Manisha from Jabalpur has orthopaedic disability and is supported by Sightsavers under the Social Inclusion Programme.
“To protect people from the pandemic, I, along with my SHG members decided to tailor masks and distribute in the community, and educate people about wearing masks, practice social distancing and handwashing,” says Srinu.
Preeti* from Chittaurgarh is 20 years old and has orthopaedic disability. At five years of age, Preeti met with an accident in which she lost one of her legs.
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