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Restore eyesight to 2000 villagers in India

by Nav Bharat Jagriti Kendra
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Restore eyesight to 2000 villagers in India
Restore eyesight to 2000 villagers in India
Restore eyesight to 2000 villagers in India
Restore eyesight to 2000 villagers in India
Restore eyesight to 2000 villagers in India
Restore eyesight to 2000 villagers in India
Restore eyesight to 2000 villagers in India
Restore eyesight to 2000 villagers in India
Restore eyesight to 2000 villagers in India
Restore eyesight to 2000 villagers in India
Restore eyesight to 2000 villagers in India
Restore eyesight to 2000 villagers in India
Restore eyesight to 2000 villagers in India
Restore eyesight to 2000 villagers in India
Restore eyesight to 2000 villagers in India
Restore eyesight to 2000 villagers in India
Restore eyesight to 2000 villagers in India

The happiness of Sight is happiness of Life

Dear Supporters and Well Wishers

Greetings from NBJK!!

“Happiness of Sight is happiness of Life” this title is really true without sight we are not able to see this beautiful world. Even we are facing problems to do anything independently. So the healthy eyesight is very important for happy life. When eyes are affected by cataract the whole world begin to look blur and gradually person is not able to see anything due to vision loss. People who are educated lives in cities and health conscious are very much aware of cataract. But people who live in remote area or village and are very poor don’t know about the cataract. If somebody knows then he/she does not have enough money and knowledge to cure their blindness. We are very obliged to share this report among all of you who bring these people from darkness to light.

Dulari is happy to get this happiness in her life.

Brief Description:

Dulari is a 67 year old lady, She is living in village Girayia, Wazirganj of Gaya District of Bihar with her family.  She has two children. Her son is working as daily labour in local area of her district. Their monthly income is around Rs 4000/-, which is not enough for her family. She suffered from poor vision for a couple of years and did not know the actual reason. Eventually due to his poor vision, she was unable to carry out his daily activities. Her son came to know about the outreach camps organized by NBJK. She came to our camp with his son and she was diagnosed with cataracts in left eye. NBJK staff assured her for free surgery with the help of GlobalGiving and gave her date for the surgery. She went to the LNJP eye hospitals with her son and underwent the surgery. Now her vision is good. She takes care of grandchildren and able to do her daily work independently. She is very happy and very thankful to GlobalGiving and donors for their generous support.

 

Thanks for your kind and generous support”

 

Dulari After Surgery
Dulari After Surgery
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Hari Before Surgery
Hari Before Surgery

Cleaning the clouds of cataract, Bring Happiness in life

Dear Supporters and Well Wishers

Heartiest Greetings from NBJK!!

 

Eyes are the window of our body which help us to view our surroundings and keep us safe. But when these eyes are affected by cataract the whole world begin to look blur and gradually become disappear due to vision loss. People lives in cities, educated and health conscious are very much aware of cataract. But people who live in remote area or village and are very poor don’t know about the cataract. If somebody knows then he/she does not have money and knowledge to cure blindness. So, with all your support NBJK is running two LNJP eye hospitals and helping poor villagers to bring their eyesight back.

 

Hari life has completely changed

Hari is a labour living in sarmundi village of Dumka District. He is 65 years old. He is doing agriculture work in a small piece of land. He has one son and two daughters. His is working as driver and his daughters are doing domestic work only. There are six members in his family and according to the number of members their monthly income is very low and not enough for his family. He suffered from poor vision for a couple of years and did not know any remedy. Eventually due to his poor vision, he was unable to carry out his daily activities which affected his ability to earn. One of his neighbour  brought him to LNJP eye camp where he was diagnosed with cataract. He went to the LNJP eye hospital for free surgery with his son and underwent surgery on his left eye. Now he enjoys good vision. He is vey thankful to GlobalGiving and donors for their generous support.

Your support brings happiness the life of these poor villagers and make them independent. Thanks again to cure their blindness.

 

 

 

 

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Gift of eyesight after blindness like rebirth of new hope”

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Heartiest Greetings from NBJK!!

People without sight cannot see this beautiful world. Even they are not able to do anything independently. So the healthy eyesight is very important to joy this life. In our community, society or country we see blindness due to cataract which is not good at all. People are getting blind due to poverty and lack of awareness. It is our duty to eradicate blindness due to cataract and bring as many people as possible from blindness to useful productive lives. We are very obliged to share this report with all of you who bring these people from darkness to light.

 “Gift of eyesight after blindness like rebirth of new hope ” – A case of Putul

Putul is 69 years old poor widow lady, having 2 sons and 1 daughter. Her all children are married and busy in their own life, no one is taking care of her. She has a small piece of land where she grow some vegetables. She is suffering from the problem of cataract since 1(one) year but due to monetary problem she was not able to go ahead for surgery. When her vision was fully lost and she start facing problem in her daily chores, she came to LNJP eye hospital’s camp and disclosed her financial condition with camp organizer. Our camp organizer described about free surgery in eye hospital with support from donation through GlobalGiving. She was also facilitated for free transportation to hospital and she underwent a successful surgery through which her vision was back. She is very thankful to GlobalGiving team and donors for their generous support. Your support brings happiness to the life of these poor villagers.

Thanks again to cure their blindness.

After Surgery
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Return to work with restored vision

Dear Supporters,

Heartiest Greetings from NBJK!!

Eyes are one of the most important sensory organs in the human body which help us to view our surroundings, but when these eyes are affected by cataract the whole world begin to look blur and gradually become disappear due to loss of vision. In our society, there are so many people who are living a very pitiful life due to low eyesight and blindness. People living in cities are educated are very much aware of cataract. But people who live in remote areas or villages and have no knowledge about the cataract, and very few who knows does not have enough money and information to reach out to right place. Most cataracts grow slowly, and occasionally the vision loss has actually progressed over a long time in one of the eyes but it is not noticed by the patient as it is covered by the other eye which was fine at the moment covering for the affected eye. 

So there’s nothing like having eyesight and receiving the gift of sight with your support. With your support, we are trying to reach more needy people who have lost their eyesight due to cataract and provide them a new vision for making their life easy and independent thus giving them a new life. 

We are very proud and obliged to share this report with you.

Bhikhan got support from your donation

Brief Description:


Bhikhan is 62 years old poor man and stays alone. He has three sons. All are married and live separately. Bhikhan used to do labour work for his surviving, but due to cataract he was unable to work. He didn't have any another source of income and unfortunately his sons don’t take care of him. They hardly give money to him. After losing his vision he was losing his hope to live.

But one day our camp organizer organized a camp in his village. One of his (Bhikan's) neighbors took him in the camp where cataract was detected in his right eye. Our camp organizer told him about free surgery in eye hospital with the support from donation through Global Giving. Bhikan got free transportation facility to reach the hospital and underwent a successful surgery which returned his vision. He is very happy and said, “As a father, I worked hard for the upbringing of my children but they did not support when I needed. NBJK and donors through Global Giving helped me to see again. I will always be obliged to all of them.”

 We thank you for your support that has made it possible for so many people to see again.

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Dear Supporters and Well Wishers


Heartiest Greetings from NBJK!!

People see beauty of nature through their eyes but when these eyes are affected and the whole world gradually become dark due to loss of vision, people lose hope to live. Cataract is very common, and sign and symptoms are also noticeable. Due to cataract, patients will not be able to experience the moment of life clearly. So, with all your support NBJK is running two LNJP Eye Hospitals to help poor villagers to regain their eyesight back through free cataract eye surgery who cannot afford it.  It cannot be expressed in word the moment after the operation when they regain their sight and are able to go back to their work happily.

“Journey from blindness to regain eyesight” – A case of Malti

Malti is 69 years old poor widow lady, having 3 sons and 1 daughter. Her all children are married and busy in their own life, no one is taking care of her. She has a small piece of land where she grow some vegetables. Agriculture is the only source of income. She is suffering from the problem of cataract since 1(one) year but due to monetary problem she was not able to go ahead for surgery. When her vision was fully lost and she start facing problem in her daily chores, she came to LNJP eye hospital’s camp and disclosed her financial condition with camp organizer. Our camp organizer described about free surgery in eye hospital with support from donation through Global Giving. She was also facilitated for free transportation to hospital and she underwent a successful surgery through which her vision was back. She is very thankful to Global Giving team and donors for their generous support. Your support brings happiness to the life of these poor villagers.

Thanks again to cure their blindness.

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Nav Bharat Jagriti Kendra

Location: Hazaribagh, Jharkhand - India
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Project Leader:
Satish Girija
Hazaribag, Jharkhand India
$35,037 raised of $60,000 goal
 
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