"Drushti Abhiyan" - A Vision for Eye Health
In rural India, eye health often gets overlooked, leaving many citizens suffering from common eye problems like cataracts. That's where the "Drushti Abhyan" initiative comes in - a campaign by the Akka Foundation to provide high-quality eye care to citizens in Nilanga, Devani, and Shirur Anantapal talukas.
The goal of the campaign is to banish cataracts from rural areas and create awareness about eye health among citizens, particularly seniors. So far, the campaign has been a huge success, with free eye exams, consultations with specialist doctors, and the distribution of glasses to those in need.
But that's not all - "Drushti Abhyan" goes even further by providing free cataract surgery for those who need it. And with the campaign running its third stage, it has already reached 80 villages and helped almost 15,000 patients with examinations, glasses, and cataract surgeries.
Join us in making a difference for rural citizens in need of eye care. With "Drushti Abhyan," we can give them the gift of sight and a brighter future.