Cry for help from partly blind child in kgf

by Balajothi Centre for the Disabled
Cry for help from partly blind child in kgf
Cry for help from partly blind child in kgf
Cry for help from partly blind child in kgf
Cry for help from partly blind child in kgf


This is the sad story of Ramu (name changed) a disabled child from a very poor family in Kolar Gold Fields. He lost his vision after a medical complication when he was an infant of two months. With great difficulty his parents managed to get his eyes operated but it was not successful as he is able to see only blurred images. Another operation is scheduled but his parents are unable to pay. The doctors are confident of success with the second operation.

total goal
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To help a partly vision impaired child gain complete vision with help of surgery.


The funds raised will help meet the hospitalization and surgical expenses of this very poor disabled child.

Long-Term Impact

After surgery and rehabilitation the child will be able to see as any normal person. This will be a great help to his poor parents and greater joy to see that their child would be able to see the world and face challenges in life on his own.


Organization Information

Balajothi Centre for the Disabled

Location: Bangalore, Karnataka - India
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Project Leader:
Ajit Bhimesh
Bangalore , Karnataka India
$1,510 raised of $5,000 goal
23 donations
$3,490 to go
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