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£60 will enable us to conduct a vital operation to help a blind person see again. 

£120.00 of your donation could save two peoples sight
£300.00 of your Zakat could save five peoples sight

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It costs just £60 to help a vulnerable, blind person see again. With the gift of sight, we spread hope, brighter futures and provide dignity.  

Without proper care millions will continue to live without the gift of sight, even though 80% of all blindness is treatable or curable.

With the outbreak of Coronavirus around the world, those with vision impairment and blindness are even more vulnerable. They were at risk before the spread of COVID-19, but now with healthcare facilities being overwhelmed, they are at risk even more. If blind people contract the virus, their lives become even more difficult, and the quarantine required will isolate them even further.

It doesn’t have to be this way. Donate £60 in the name of Allah and give the gift of sight.

The Facts :
785M
Blindness

Globally, 785 million people are blind.

1.12M
People in Pakistan

1.12 million people in Pakistan are blind

1M+
In Pakistan

Over 1 million people are severely vision impaired

23%
Of Pakistani's

Need glasses to help them see

Just £60 can make a life changing difference by providing necessary eye care operations to restore sight.

Our eye care programme is giving thousands of people the gift of sight. It’s enabling children to continue with their education, parents to provide for their family, and individuals to integrate into their communities.

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SKT Eye Care Camps

We’re working throughout Pakistan to bring the gift of sight to people in impoverished communities who have been living in the dark for far too long. Many poor Pakistani people with vision problems never get the treatment they need for clearer vision, even when it’s something as simple as receiving a pair of glasses.

Our eye care programme is changing thousands of lives in rural Punjab by making eye care a priority. Our eye camps and the treatments they provide are making it easier for children to continue with their educations, parents to provide for their families, and people everywhere to come together and take part in their communities.

For just £60, you can provide vulnerable Pakistanis with the eye care they so desperately need.

Make a donation today in the name of Allah and give someone the gift of sight.

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Pakistan Eye Care

At our eye camps, we screen patients for cataracts, presbyopia and ocular motility, as well as providing children with general eye health checks. We treat patients for any issues that they may have with their eye health, and actively work to prevent visual impairments throughout Punjab. From treating eye infections to providing prescriptions, giving patients glasses to performing correctional surgery, we won’t rest until Pakistan’s eye care needs are met.

You can help us bring life-changing eye care to the people of Pakistan by making a £60 donation to our eye care programme today. Donate now to provide eye checks, medication and treatment to people in need.

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Our 100% donation policy means that  every penny you donate is used in the delivery of humanitarian projects and directly related costs. Indirect and administrative costs are covered by either direct donations themselves or by using  Gift Aid.

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Our 100% donation policy means that every penny you donate is used in the delivery of humanitarian projects and directly related costs. Indirect and administrative costs are covered by either direct donations themselves or by using Gift Aid.