Sight for the Sightless

  • The Harsh Reality about India’s Sightless

    How it Works?

    New Sight and a New Life!

    Launched with the mission of eradicating needless blindness in 2003, villagers from the remote interiors of Maharashtra, outside the reach of any primary and basic healthcare facility, having visual problems are screened at the village site and those requiring surgical intervention are brought to the base hospital in Pune, by our buses. Every month about 20-25 eye check up camps are held at various villages. The travel, surgery, medicines and pre and post – operative care for all three days of admission including food and accommodation for the patients are

  • provided free of cost with utmost quality and care. Since its commencement 8 years ago, more than 65,000 free eye surgeries have been conducted through this cycle of 3 days to a new life!

    The uniqueness of the programme is in the quality of services dispensed to the poor.

© 2012 SFS - Pune India.