Health
 India
Project #25312

Restore Eye vision to 2000 poor people in India

by Serve Train Educate People's Society-STEPS
Vetted

Summary

STEPS NGO plan to organize training of entrepreneurs, Eye camps and provide spectacles for the poor people in villages & slums of Srikalahasti, India
$20,000.00
total goal
$19,915.00
remaining
2
donors
0
monthly donors
3
months active

Challenge

In India accessibility and affordability of health care services such as eye care, remains an issue. Poor people in villages and slums of Srikalahasti cannot afford expensive eye checkups and spectacles for their vision correction. There is need for affordable yet good quality spectacles for them. Local entrepreneurs will be trained by ZEISS in vision care services. STEPS Vision centre organize free eye camps and quality spectacles will be supplied on nominal cost by ZEISS, ALOKA Vision Program.

Solution

Training of entrepreneurs with the technical support of ZEISS, ALOKA Vision program. Organizing free eye camps, raising awareness for the benefits of clear vision. As per specifications ZEISS manufacture spectacles and will be supplied to people.

Long-Term Impact

This project will provide free vision care services and spectacles for vision correction to 2000 poor people for their normal living and well being.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).

Resources

http:/​/​www.steps.org.in
With special consultative status in the U N ECOSOC
The partnership for Maternal, New born &Child Heal
Stop TB Partnership
Malaria Foundation International

Organization Information

Serve Train Educate People's Society-STEPS

Location: Srikalahasti, Andhra Pradesh - India
Website: http:/​/​www.steps.org.in
Project Leader:
Kannali Sudhakar Reddy
Srikalahasti, Andhra Pradesh India

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