• 1093/A-103, ST.JOHN,S CHURCH COMPOUND, WARD NO.1, MEHRAULI, NEW DELHI-110030
  • (+91) 11-64550044
  • 1093/A-103, ST.JOHN,S CHURCH COMPOUND, WARD NO.1, MEHRAULI, NEW DELHI-110030
  • (+91) 11-64550044
The Path Makers- Orgnized EYE Check-up- Camp

FREE EYE CHECK-UP CAMP

We at The Path Makers organize eye check-up camps for the slum dwellers. The objective of these camp is to create awareness about eye disorders and to detect refractive errors and eye ailments amongst slum community people. The project is aimed to increase awareness and provide access to eye care services. Generating awareness about general eye care, cleanliness, hygiene and wellness also educate community members about eye infections, fading eyesight, conjunctivitis etc. At each of our camp we have more than hundred Participants attending our camps, where most of them were advised for further medical care or use of spectacles to keep the slum dwellers protected from diffrent eye infections. We also distribute eye drops and spectacles to the needy person on regular basis. Thees camps are organized for the underprivileged children and people living in slum. Since, in India the slum areas are not too hygienic and neither the people living in such areas are aware of preventing themselves from the various diseases they can suffer from due to in- hygiene. Therefore, we made our aim to educate them and provide them with knowledge to live more hygienically so that they too can lead a healthy life and prevent themselves and their families from any health issues. These camps has benefited over 1000 peolple.

THE PATH MAKERS- CENTERS

PLAY AN IMPORTANT PART Along With US

In order to raise funds for the various free health and medical camps that The Path Makers organises for the slum dwellers we set up camps for Corporates, Societies, RWA, Institutes, etc, all the funds raised through these camps are further used for the development of the slum people. You can support any INDIVIDUAL PROJECTS MENTIONED Above and contribute in the operation of our Organization.

2500MORE THAN PEOPLE BENEFITED
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