On 01-Mar-2017 In People & Politics
Dr. Sanduk Ruit, an ophthalmologist from Nepal has been serving the blind and visually impaired people from quite a long time. He has cured more than 1,20,000 people and has no plans of stopping the campaign. He has even set up the Himalayan Cataract Project to provide quality eye care to society. Read on! Recommended story: Let's help the blind people visualize the beautiful world this sight day
Eye surgeon Dr. Sanduk Ruit wants to reach out to these people to help them lead a better life.
Dr. Ruit aspires to provide quality eye care in the rural areas of the world.
He has been working to cure blindness in West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Jammu, and Kashmir.
Dr. Ruit keeps visiting the rural areas and stays in the shelters provided by the villages.
Dr. Sanduk Ruit was born in a remote area of Nepal in 1955.
After graduation, he made a team in Nepal to ease the process of cataract surgery with lens implantation.
The opthalmologist set up the Tilangana eye care center and eye camps to provide quality eye care in Nepal.
He aims to eradicate blindness and vision impairment from the world.
Let’s wish that Dr. Ruit succeeds in his mission of spreading awareness about quality eye care.