The simplest intervention can mean so much
Ten year old Ramim, arrived at a Symbiosis eye camp complaining of very itchy eyes. The doctor gave him a month supply of eye-drops and strict instructions to stop playing in the Madrassa pond. He’ll now need to bathe at the village water pump.
Ramim’s Mum is grateful for the help—she was widowed last year and is doing all she can to provide for her five children. Times are tough and she isn’t a member of a Symbiosis group.
Ramim is one of over 28,000 children who have been helped through the Symbiosis Eye Health Project.