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Give Sight Global is dedicated to providing high-quality vision care to underserved communities around the world. Give Sight Global partners with professionals to provide treatment for curable blindness and other preventable eye conditions.

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Partner Hospital: Lions Seva Eye Hospital
State: West Bengal
Country: India

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The Lions Seva Eye Hospital (LSEH) is a unit of Lions Club of Jamalpur Welfare Trust established in 1998 with objective to provide support to the people of the area towards eradication of preventable blindness and other eye diseases. At present LSEH is a 30 bedded eye hospital and has 3 permanent Vision Centres and 11 partner network centres. LSEH is the only dedicated Eye Hospital in Jamalpur equipped with latest ophthalmic equipment & Pathology laboratory. The Hospital catchment area covers 22 lakh population spread over three districts and 12 blocks of Purba Bardhaman, Hooghly & Bankura districts.

LSEH is an ISO 9001-2015 certified hospital, & the hospital is an approved service provider under Govt. of West Bengal Swastha Sathi scheme, West Bengal Police & other leading TPAs’. Annually 50,000 plus patients are examined & 3,000 plus eye surgeries are conducted and the hospital intended to meet 4,000 eye surgeries in a year.

Partner Hospital: PBMA/s HV Desai Eye Hospital
State: Maharashtra
Country: India

PBMA’s HV Desai Eye Hospital (HVDEH) came into existence in 2000, is a 95 bedded (expansion of 200 Beds) Non-government, non-profit, eye care hospital, by Poona Blind Men Association. HVDEH is an NABH Accredited comprehensive eye care service facility located in the city of Pune, Maharashtra. HV Desai is a tertiary eye care institute delivering Eye Care Services, Post Graduate Courses, Optometry Courses, Skill Transfer & Research.<br>

Since inception, HVDEH have performed over 6,59,000 all types of eye surgeries and examined nearly 59,91,900 patients in its various facilities. Out of the total surgeries 60% patients were operated free of cost. HVDEH has all the sub- specialties like Cataract (Phaco, SICS), Cornea, Glaucoma, Squint and Pediatric ophthalmology, Retina, Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP), Orbit & Oculoplastics, Contact Lens & Low Vision Clinic and emergency services.

HVDEH has been actively serving in 10 districts of Maharashtra covering the approx. 10 Million population through secondary eye hospitals (Nandurbar and Jalgaon) Outreach activities & Vision Centers. Hospital has set up 18 Vision Centers in 3 Districts (Pune, Solapur and Satara).

Partner Hospital: Nav Bharat Jagriti Kendra
State: Bihar and Jharkhand
Country: India

Nav Bharat Jagriti Kendra (NBJK) is one of the most renowned grass-root level voluntary organizations of India, completing glorious 50 years in Rural Development (in 2020). Influenced by Gandhian ideology, it has been established by four graduate engineers in 1971. NBJK has an approach for holistic development facilitating socio-economic, health and educational development. NBJK is active in Community Eye Health since last 16 years. NBJK has established three Loknayak Jaiprakash (LNJP) Eye Hospitals in Jharkhand at Hazaribagh (in 2005), Dumka (in 2008) and Deoghar (to be inaugurated soon). And one LNJP Eye Hospital at Gaya (Bihar) is established in 2020. At present over 1,20,000 eye patients are treated in OPDs and over 16,000 Cataract surgeries and over 25,000 refractive error corrections are done successfully every year. 90% of patients are from rural areas of Bihar & Jharkhand where there is no eye health services by the government or through any other private practitioners.

Partner Hospital: Sundarban Social Development Centre
State: West Bengal
Country: India

Sundarban Social Development Centre (SSDC) is a not for profit making non-government organization situated at Sundarban delta region of West Bengal in India. Since its advent as a social development organization from 1989, SSDC has been keeping itself involved and devoted in working on community-based development activities in the areas of eye health care & services, mother and child health, education, Girl Child Protection, Adolescent health care , nutrition, women empowerment, livelihood, safe drinking water, sanitation, and environment protection and disaster risk reduction activities. The Eye hospital of SSDC, which was established in 2004 and at current has 50 bedded. SSDC received the National Eye Award in 2007 & Eye Health Hero Award in 2017 for providing the service of un-reachable and inaccessible Sundarban area. The Eye hospital is well equipped with modern instruments and state of the art facilities with a patient friendly environment, hospitality and clinical follow ups to reach at doorsteps. At present, SSDC Eye Hospital offers access to affordable eye care to all regardless of their socio- economic status.

Partner Hospital: Trilochan Netralaya
State: Odisha
Country: India

Trilochan Netralaya is a unit of Vision India Foundation. Vision India Foundation is a public charitable trust established in the year 2008 with a focus to work in the field of eye care. The major focus area of the trust is eye care and preventable blindness. With three eye care establishments in the Odisha state, Vision India Foundation has been rendering eye care services to 16 districts of the state predominantly in the least developed western part. With rural and community eye care in focus the foundation aims to establish Vision Centers or Primary Eye Care Centers engaging village level girls and taking comprehensive and sustainable eye care to the underserved.

Partner Hospital: Choithram Netralaya
State: Madhya Pradesh
Country: India

Partner Hospital: Nepal Netra Jyoti Sangh
Country: Nepal

Nepal Netra Jyoti Sangh (NNJS) or national society for comprehensive eye care is a registered non-governmental organization in Nepal delivering high quality, sustainable, comprehensive and affordable eye care services through 22 eye hospital, 128 eye care centers, 42 district branches and different vertical program. NNJS vision is a Nepal where no one is blind due to avoidable causes, and every one can access comprehensive and equitable eye care system in the country.

In 2020, despite the Covid virus placed obstacles to reach eye patients in difficult geographical conditions of Nepal, NNJS managed to provide eye care services to 13,17,632 persons and provide surgery-based services to 1,21,362 eye patients across the country. During the Covid period, NNJS conducted more than 600 trainings and prescribed more than 3000 glasses.

NNJS has been recognized by Nepal’s Ministry of Health for its contribution in elimination of trachoma from Nepal and it also received multiple awards such as Healthcare Leadership Award and the prestigious The António Champalimaud Vision Award.

Partner Hospital: Gomabai Netralaya
State: Madhya Pradesh
Country: India

Gomabai Netralaya (GBN) is a charitable eye care organization founded in the year 1992 by Late Shri G.D Agarawal, since inception the hospital has focused on providing quality eye care services to all segments of society with the aid of latest available machines and technology. Today the hospital has grown into tertiary eye care center of repute with strong brand name across central Indian states. The hospital is accredited with NABH Accreditation for following highest standards of quality in service delivery

Partner Hospital: Siliguri Greater Lions Eye Hospital
State: West Bengal
Country: India

Siliguri Greater Lions Eye Hospital (SGLEH) is a registered non-profit, non Govt. premier philanthropic organization in North Bengal in the state of West Bengal. The services rendered by SGLEH are open to all, irrespective of caste, creed, and nationality. Supported by International Charity, Government Departments, Local NGOs, and Lions Members, SGLEH provides eye care which is affordable and accessible for blind and visually impaired of eastern India.

The hospital renders sub-specialty services in Vitreo-retina, Low Vision, Child Eye Care, Squint, Glaucoma, Contact Lenses and Cornea. The hospital has a well-equipped pathology laboratory, optical and pharmacy shop. Approximately 60 percent patients are treated free of cost at SGLEH. With the revenue generated from paying cases the organization is able to cross-subsidize free cases and meet its burgeoning expenses. Thus, SGLEH has successfully established itself as the largest eye care service providers of North Bengal and to a large extent reduced its dependency on external funding agencies to manage basic eye care services.
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