United Sikh Mission Health care Initiative
Every year United Sikh Mission volunteers help fundraise in effort to provide free eye care.
United Sikh Mission journey of service to humanity started in the year of 2005 with one medical camp. Over the decade we have grown significantly in our effort to serve humanity without any discrimination. From 2005 to April of 2018, United Sikh Mission has organized 314 eye operations and check-up camps in India facilitating the needy people with free eye operations, free medications, free spectacles along with providing food and resting place during examination and surgery.
We believe blindness can be prevented or eyesight restored, if only they had access to proper eye care. Please make partnership with us to change lives for the poor people in India and around the world. Countless patients are unable to afford eye care due to economic reasons, lack of awareness or simply non-accessibility to health services.
According to the World Health Organization:
- 37 million people worldwide are blind
- 28 million could have been restarted visibility
Do you want to help bring light to someone’s life? Rural poor people who do not have access to quality eye care services or simply cannot afford such services end up suffering from blindness. An estimated 2% of the population is blind due to cataract. To Reach out to these poor people who can’t reach us and continue to live in a state of blindness, help us raise funds so that our Eye Camps are able to reach them in effort to:
- Prevent blindness through eye care camps
- Cure blindness through eye operation camps
- Rehabilitate curable blind illnesses
- Promote eye care awareness through eye check-up camps
Every year in the month of October, November, and December United Sikh Mission organizes Eye Camps in Punjab.