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On this International Day of Disability, spectacles distribution was done in the Zilla Parishad schools in Nashik, Maharashtra, India. Earlier in November, 13512 students were screened for eye check up and 500 students were detected with numbers. To commemorate the 'International Day of Disability' this distribution was undertaken under the guidance of Chief Executive Office ZP, Nashik in partnership with Essilor Luxottica Foundation.
A distribution camp was organized at Hingoli, Maharashtra, India where 93 prosthetics were distributed to people. Our medical camps provide free Artificial Prosthetics for the disabled. Medical Camps are focused on battling disability and health complications mainly focusing on disability. It is indeed a very satisfactory sight for us to see a person walk on his feet.
One meal per day is still a luxury for many in this country, we aim to solve this problem and malnutrition by eradicating hunger in the city of dreams, Mumbai. Our meals are highly nutritious and cooked in our clean facility. We have a proper laid out calorie chart and a weekly menu based on which we serve the food to schools in and around South Mumbai. Some visuals of the students enjoying our hot and delicious dal roti at Wilson School, Mumbai where meals for 75 students are distributed daily.
The world has many aspirants, but no support. The world has many learners, but not enough resources. The world has minds with great perspectives, but Eyes yearning for a better Vision.
And many of these are the ones who can barely afford to make ends meet. Our country has many states and places wherein children, though attending education schools, are held back in their learning journey due to a problematic vision. And the strong financial crunch at their end leaves them high and dry with no solution.
This is why we at Ratnanidhi wanted to put in efforts for those who can’t take an effort for themselves. we have started a project VISION FOR ALL in 62 schools in mumbai covering 52000 children from low income families where our team of opticians & opthalmologists are going in our camps daily to screen them and we will be giving to apprx 10,000 students high quality custom made ESSILOR spectacles .They will now have a clearer and better world ahead of the
Ratnanidhi believes that these small ripples will bring a grand wave of change to the world. Come be a part of it with us.
Stefan Voormans, who is an inspiration for many physically disabled individuals visited us in Mumbai. He spent the day with our beneficiary schools by interacting and enjoying Indian meals with them.
Medical Camps are focused on battling disability and our medical camps in India provide free Artificial Prosthetics to the disabled. A screening camp was recently held in the Nashik district of Maharashtra where 135 beneficiaries will be benefited from our prosthetics.