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Himalayan Cataract Project, Inc.

Org #291
Vetted since 2008 Site Visit Verified
1995
year founded
$206,746
raised on GlobalGiving
19
years fundraising
3
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

HCP Cureblindness (cureblindness.org) strives to cure avoidable blindness with the highest quality care at the lowest cost.

Projects (4)

HCP Cure Blindness
Nepal / Physical Health
HCP Cure Blindness
Outreach Eye Camps in Ghana
Ghana / Physical Health
Outreach Eye Camps in Ghana
Outreach Eye Camps in Ethiopia
Ethiopia / Physical Health
Outreach Eye Camps in Ethiopia
Nepal Emergency Medical Relief
Nepal / Disaster Response
Nepal Emergency Medical Relief
Project Leaders
HCP Cureblindness
HCP Cureblindness
Ashley Ellis
Ashley Ellis
Allyson Levin
Allyson Levin
Team
Allyson Levin
Organization Information
PO Box 55
Waterbury, VT 05676
United States
802-522-6873
Organization Information
PO Box 55
Waterbury, VT 05676
United States
802-522-6873

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Mar 28, 2024 | HCP Cure Blindness
Outreach in Ghana Brings Care to Pediatric Patient

By Ashley Ellis | Marketing Director

Ten-month-old Odelia sits calmly in her mother’s lap while the HCP surgeon examines her. Born premature, Odelia is small for her age and is slow to meet development milestones. The two have... Read the full report ›

Dec 12, 2023 | HCP Cure Blindness
HCP Cureblindness Performs First Tissue Transplant

By Ashley Ellis | Senior Communications Manager

Salih Mohammed, 60, believed he’d be blind for life. Instead, he made history for being the first person in Eritrea to be able to see after a successful cornea transplant.  Salih was the... Read the full report ›

Aug 22, 2023 | HCP Cure Blindness
Why We Help: Meet Adwoa

By Ashley Ellis | Senior Communications Manager

Cacao farming is typically carried out by small-scale producers, like 70-year-old Adwoa. As a widow, Adwoa relied on cacao farming to support her ten children for years. But five years ago, she lost... Read the full report ›
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