What We Do

Health

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What if you were blind and living in darkness – but it was avoidable through an inexpensive surgery? What if you kept experiencing your babies dying – but it was avoidable through proper care and tests?

Our programs improve the health of the most vulnerable communities by providing high impact interventions through access to physicians and medication, eyesight restoration, and in-clinic child birth services.

Restoration of Eyesight

Cataract surgery and correction of refractive errors are among the most cost-effective health interventions and ones with the highest personal, economic and societal impact.

We periodically arrange for pre-screening sessions and surgeries for members of disadvantaged and impoverished communities.  Patients are examined and operated on free of cost. A gender balance provides equal opportunity for females. This procedure converts patients from being burdens on families into productive members of society.

WHERE

Bangladesh, Pakistan

COST

$50 in Bangladesh (including Rohingya refugees)
$30 in Pakistan 

Maternal Care and Safe Childbirth

This program provides antenatal, postnatal and safe delivery services, with access to trained doctors and medical professionals (e.g. obstetrician/gynecologist, paramedics); necessary medical tests, vaccinations and health education services.

WHERE

Displaced population camps in Syedpur, Bangladesh

COST

$135 to support an expecting mother and her newborn after birth.

Medical Clinic

Our clinic provides primary health services to Rohingya refugees including general medical consultation and treatment, maternity services, lab testing and dental care.

WHERE

Kutupalong refugee camp, Bangladesh

COST

Under $3 to treat a patient

PROGRAMS IN NEED OF YOUR SUPPORT

Basic Needs

Can you imagine going to bed worrying how you will feed your children in the morning or hearing the cries of your young ones because they are so hungry?

Education

Education has the power to change the present to shape the future of children and adults alike.

Clean Water

Lack of clean water causes disease and adds an additional layer of burden and complexity for those trying hard to fight their way out of endemic poverty.

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