India has the largest population of the blind in the world; with over 55M visually impaired and 8M of them totally blind. Good news is that nearly 80% of them are curable. Please help us eradicate curable blindness in India. Donate towards surgeries or towards the construction of upcoming super specialty eye care hospital in Braj Bhoomi, Mathura-Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh, India.
'Life is a great adventure or nothing." said Helen Keller, the first deaf-blind person in America to conquer her blindness to realize the great adventures of life and earn a Bachelor of Arts degree. But for most of the visually handicapped poor, life is 'nothing' because it affects them socially and economically on a daily basis. India has the largest blind population in the world 8M people totally blind 55M are visually impaired 320K are children 80% either preventable or curable
Kalyanam Karoti brings quality and timely eye care to the doorsteps of rural India though its rural outreach program. This hospital going to provide best quality of services to the rural patients.
The project will eradicate avoidable blindness of 20000 needy man, women and children every year with great quality services in charity. Improve the Eye Health care facility in India.