The Sindh Graduates Association (SGA) volunteer branches have been at the forefront of providing healthcare services, particularly in addressing eye-related medical issues within vulnerable communities. Their efforts are vital in delivering health awareness and necessary eye treatments, including cataract surgeries, to underserved areas of Sindh.
Health Awareness Initiatives:
The SGA’s volunteer branches have taken proactive steps to increase health awareness among vulnerable communities. They conduct health education programs, disseminate information on eye care, and raise awareness about eye diseases such as cataracts. These initiatives aim to empower individuals with the knowledge needed to address eye health concerns.
Eye-Related Medical Services:
The provision of eye-related medical services, especially cataract surgeries, holds immense significance. Volunteer branches organize eye camps, where individuals receive screenings and consultations, often identifying cataracts or other eye issues. For those diagnosed, the branches facilitate and sponsor cataract surgeries, a procedure crucial for restoring eyesight.
Targeting Vulnerable Communities:
The primary focus of these initiatives is on communities that face challenges in accessing proper healthcare, particularly eye-related services. These volunteer-led efforts ensure that the most vulnerable, including those in remote or economically disadvantaged areas, have access to these essential treatments.
Role of Volunteers and Healthcare Professionals:
Volunteers play a vital role in coordinating these initiatives. They collaborate with healthcare professionals, including ophthalmologists and surgeons, to ensure that medical services and surgeries are carried out efficiently and effectively. This collective effort optimizes the impact of these campaigns

Recent Eye Camp