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Restore vision to1000 Bangladeshi village students

by Bakergonj Forum
Restore vision to1000 Bangladeshi village students
Restore vision to1000 Bangladeshi village students
Restore vision to1000 Bangladeshi village students
Restore vision to1000 Bangladeshi village students
Restore vision to1000 Bangladeshi village students
Restore vision to1000 Bangladeshi village students
Restore vision to1000 Bangladeshi village students
Restore vision to1000 Bangladeshi village students
Restore vision to1000 Bangladeshi village students
Restore vision to1000 Bangladeshi village students
Restore vision to1000 Bangladeshi village students
Restore vision to1000 Bangladeshi village students
Restore vision to1000 Bangladeshi village students
Restore vision to1000 Bangladeshi village students
Restore vision to1000 Bangladeshi village students

Summary

Primary survey result in southern areas of Bangladesh 19% and above school student are sufferings refractive error. We are thinking how to provide eye health support to underserved school student . They are also sufferings refractive error due to not available eye health service provider in villages, they are not capable to take services with cost. As a result if the village students take these facilities from us then reduce rate of childhood blindness & refractive error in project areas.

$10,000
total goal
$4,247
remaining
45
donors
0
monthly donors
1
fundraiser
3
months

Challenge

Primary survey result in southern areas of Bangladesh 19% and above school student are sufferings refractive error. In these circumstances we feeling how to provide support under served school children . They are also sufferings refractive error due to not available eye health service provider in village areas, at the same time they are not capable to take services with cost. As a result 1000 students directly benefited , 5000 students will be taken primary vision test & trained 200 teachers.

Solution

The purpose of this program is to screen school children for Refractive Error (RE) and correct cases where RE is found by providing powered spectacles to school children on consideration of gender equality. Organize Eye camp & Vision chart will be installed in these schools and teachers & staff will be trained to provide instant RE check-ups for the all students,teachers & staffs . As a result, beneficiaries of this program (i.e. student who start using spectacles) will have better vision.

Long-Term Impact

The purpose of this program Bakergonj Forum is to screen school children for Refractive Error (RE) and correct cases where RE is found by providing powered spectacles to school children on consideration of gender equality. Bakergonj Forum will be organized Eye camp & Vision chart will be installed in these schools and teachers have been trained to provide instant RE check-ups for the all students &teachers . As a result, beneficiaries (School Children) of this program will have better vision.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a DOCX file (projdoc.docx).

Resources

https:/​/​www.facebook.com/​Bakergonj-FORUM-BGF-136139713237413 /​/​www.bgf.ngobarisal.org
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Organization Information

Bakergonj Forum

Location: BARISAL - Bangladesh
Website:
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @BakergonjF
Project Leader:
Bakergonj Forum
Dhaka, Bangladesh
$5,753 raised of $10,000 goal
 
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$4,247 to go
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