When someone’s sight is restored, it gives people the chance for a better life. They’re able to work, go to school and provide for their families. Dr. Sanjiv believed that everyone, no matter whether they were rich or poor, had the right to affordable eye care.
Sight For All Foundation is on a mission to eliminate avoidable blindness to a level that it ceases to be a public health problem for our citizens residing in our 626 districts in India. Sight for All Foundation aims to achieve this through extending the reach of equitable and quality medical and surgical eye care services to the poor and needy – through active community involvement, screening camps and surgical services. All surgeries are performed with state-of-the-art infrastructure, special importance being given to sterility and quality.
At SFAF, community service is not just helping the underprivileged but also roping in community to contribute to our endeavours.
Since its inception in 2017, SFAF has conducted 23 eye screening camps, examined 2917 patients, of which 138 have been operated free of cost. SFAF is working tirelessly to help people in India come out of avoidable blindness.