Rotary eye care for villagers

Chartered on Feb 19, 1974, RC Neemuch, RID 3040 (Madhya Pradesh), celebrated its golden ­jubilee where RI director Raju ­Subramanian ­dedicated an ­ophthalmology mobile clinic to ­Nethralaya, a local ­eyecare hospital, as part of ­Project Aapka Chashma Aapke Dwar (receive your spectacles at your ­doorstep). This global grant ­initiative,  partnered with RC ­Memphis, RID 6800, and costing ₹41 lakh, will conduct eye ­screening camps and ­provide  spectacles free of cost in remote rural regions of Madhya Pradesh.

RI Director Raju Subramanian with DG Ritu Grover (L), DGN Sushil Malhotra (R) and PDG Darshan Gandhi (fourth from R) at the inauguration of the mobile eye clinic.

Over the past five decades the club has undertaken numerous services including establishing a community centre, equipment bank, food centre for the poor, and a public rest house. “Apart from providing mobility aids for the disabled, and sponsoring corrective surgeries, our club is actively promoting eye and organ donation through awareness camps,” says club member PDG ­Darshan Gandhi.

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