India

Eyes OK please

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

Rajaram Ramnath's story

Rajaram Ramnath Mhatre, 72, and Geeta Rajaram Mhatre, 66, can lead a life of independence and normalcy once again after cataract surgery.

education ngo in india

Kiran’s story

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.

“Eyes OK Please”- A report on National Truckers Programme unveiled by Sightsavers

Sightsavers, a leading global development organisation working in over 30 countries to combat avoidable blindness, unveiled “Eyes OK Please”.

News / Events /

Actor-Director Rajat Kapoor brings Macbeth to life and gives people the gift of sight with Sightsavers

Rajat Kapoor is back on stage and this time it's in the Silicon City of India; Bangalore

Sightsavers case stories

Hira's Story

Hira had to face many challenges in her childhood but found freedom from illiteracy through a Sightsavers Inclusive Education Project.

A young girl smiling.

Sonali’s story

An accident while playing left Sonali, age 9, with a vision problem in her left eye until she attended a Sightsavers Eye Health camp.

Simpi’s story

Visually impaired since birth, Simpi could never imagine that she could go to school until a Sightsavers Inclusive Education Programme identified her.

India has come a long way in enabling opportunities for the visually impaired

It was in 1981, International Year of the Disabled People ‘IYDP’, that India celebrated and acknowledged globally developing a roadmap for the disabled.

Meet Janki, Who Did India Proud By Winning a Bronze at Blind Judo Championship in Tashkent

Janki Goud, a resident of Kurre, Pipariya in Jabalpur District, Madhya Pradesh could have never imagined giving flight to her dreams and stepping out of her village, let alone the country

1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 24
Prev Next