Investor and Philanthrophist
"One of the underreported tragedies of our time is that nearly 90% of the world’s blind live in low-income countries where poverty and blindness perpetuate in a descending cycle. The main cause of this often needless and frequently avoidable blindness is cataracts. Investment in improving accessibility and quality of cataract surgery in the developing world can help reduce extreme poverty, and transform communities."
Tej Kohli on the problem of preventable blindness in the developing world.
Ophthalmologist & Eye Surgeon
"Blindness does not discriminate; therefore its care too, should not. Access to good sight is a universal right, and its access should not discriminate between different sections of society. Everyone should be able to access their right to receive good sight."
Dr. Sanduk Ruit on Curing Preventable Blindness in the Developing World.