Free refraction camp held for Bidi labourers

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Free refraction camp held for Bidi labourers

Thursday, 16 September 2021 | Staff Reporter | Bhopal

Sewa Sadan Eye Hospital organized a free refraction camp for Bidi labourer in Chandbad Bhopal based Bidi Laborer welfare fund dispensary here today. This camp was organized in the joint collaboration of INGO Sight Savers and NGO Aarambh.

The camp was inaugurated by the Commissioner labor welfare organization Jabalpur B.R. Khemundu. Managing Trustee of SSEH L.C. Janiyani, Tulsi Adwani, Programme manager Manoj Dhavadia and Anoop Kishore Sahay of Aarambh were also mainly present.

Sr. Optometrist Eash Kumar Chaubey and Prakash Sharma examined the vision of ailing 102 patients as many as 93 persons were found of week vision and they were advised to dispense the specs. While cataract were found in 13 patients. The surgeries of these patients will be done in SSEH on September 25th, 2021. Blood pressure and Glucose test of 40 peoples was also done in the camp.

Khemendu told that the timely examination of vision of Bidi laborer can save their vision and by this way they can be able to work for their livelihood for long time. He further said the organization regularly try for periodic health checkup of laborers.

Khemundu lauded the cooperation of SSEH in organizing free refraction camp. Managing Trustee L.C. Janiyani threw light on the activities and achievement of SSEH. He assured the organization to co-operate them in future also. Assistant Labor administrator Ajay Meena and Bidi Laborer welfare fund dispensary physician Dr. Harsh Vardhan Soman were also present on the occasion.

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