“Al Mustafa Welfare Trust” released its annual Eye Report

Wajahat Ali Khan

Al-Mustafa Welfare Trust” has released its annual report regarding free eye surgery, treatment and post-operative care of poor and needy people, according to which the organization has performed 1,17300 operations so far which was completely free-of-charge and no fee was charged to the patients, says AWMT, “The world has changed a lot in the last few years, we have faced epidemics, conflicts, natural disasters, climate change What effects, and now faced with a serious economic depression, which is causing the cost of living to rise all over the world, so that the most vulnerable and poor communities globally will be the most affected in the future, which Countless people will be forced to make impossible decisions about survival. At Al-Mustafa Welfare Trust, we are steadfast in our commitment to helping the needy and fighting poverty, together we are helping to fight blindness and restore sight in poor communities and in this noble cause our donors are contributing 100 % Collaboration with us, we boost a community by helping people to see again, we help people get back to their jobs, they are also proving to be helpful in teaching and worshiping.

According to the above report, at least 2.2 billion people in the world are facing the problem of farsightedness, but the sad situation is that more than half of them are either not aware of this problem or have no treatment. However, most of them are over 50 years of age and are not receiving treatment, so vision impairment can occur at any age, even in children.

The leading causes of visual impairment and blindness are uncorrected refractive errors and cataracts, while the financial cost is also a major cause of visual impairment, with the annual global cost of productivity losses being a major burden due to uncorrected myopia and According to this latest report by “Al-Mustafa Welfare Trust”, out of 1,73,000 eye surgeries, 132,411 were performed in Pakistan, 2,137 in Gaza Palestine, 2,137 in Bangladesh. We have done 25,518 operations, 711 in Burma, 2,941 in Djibouti, 2,283 in Sri Lanka, 5,402 in Kenya, 1,781 in Malawi and the target is that we will complete 200,000 operations by the end of this year.

Wherever “AMWT” sets up an eye camp, it advertises in the local media, mosques and community canters a month before. Those who need lenses and those who need surgery are also given five different tests, including hepatitis, blood pressure, HIV and sugar tests, one week after the surgery. goes our Ophthalmologists are responsible for all patient care at all eye Campuses including our Eye Hospital located in Lahore.

We also actively work to promote equal opportunities and inclusion for the visually impaired and other disabled people as we believe that everyone has the right to education, livelihood, and happiness. Therefore, a visual impairment or disability should never prevent people from fulfilling their potential or isolate them. For this purpose also we work in three areas, as education, employment opportunities and right to participate in politics so that these people can also fully integrate into the society.

According to the above annual report, “Al-Mustafa Welfare Trust” also establishes eye camps in various schools. In this regard, 683 school camps have been established. Providing Ophthalmic Treatment, Dr. Abdul Rahim is one of our most diligent and dedicated doctors. Humbly faced with many challenges and committed to serving his community, after years of hard work and sacrifices, Dr. Abdul Rahim has become an accomplished doctor after obtaining his degree and accreditation from some of the country’s renowned institutes and now He has been volunteering with the Al-Mustafa Welfare Trust, helping to ensure that the most vulnerable and those living in remote areas have access to the quality healthcare they deserve. Well deserved, Dr. Abdul Rahim travels with us to some of the most remote parts of Malawi, holding eye camps and performing cataract surgeries. I also perform up to 100 surgeries. Dr Abdul Rahim says that he is filled with joy when he meets and helps the needy, and he is always very grateful that he can help the needy, Alhamdulillah.

We are also investing in the purchase of modern telecommunication equipment so that

We can be able to deliver world-class medical care to our beneficiaries, we want to ensure that our medical staff use the latest diagnostic equipment (ADE) in our eye hospitals and eye camps. Through donations from our donors, we have been able to purchase and invest in advanced technologies.

Currently, approximately 26.3 million people across Africa are visually impaired. An estimated 15.3% of the world’s blind population lives in Africa. That is, one in three Africans, or 422 million people, live below the global poverty line, which makes their situation even more difficult. A treatable condition can go untreated for years, leading to complete and debilitating blindness. In some communities in Africa, myths, and preconceived notions about using hospitals and being treated by doctors can prevent people from getting the support they need, and women in particular. Al Mustafa Welfare Trust is also working to educate and empower communities and dispel myths that can have a devastating impact on human life. Provide cataract surgery to those most in need.

Every year on the second Thursday of October, World Sight Day is celebrated around the world on World Sight Day. 39 million people are blind and 285 million are visually impaired. For us, World Sight Day is also a day of celebration to mark how far we have come together in curing blindness and restoring sight. At Al Mustafa Welfare Trust, we are delighted to have reached this great milestone of over 173,184 cataract surgeries. This means we’ve helped more than 173,184 people restore and save their sight, while helping hundreds and thousands more with glasses and support services. Together we are working to transform lives in remote communities, advocate for the rights of the visually impaired and disabled, and help communities thrive.

What exactly are cataracts? Cataracts are cloudy spots on the retina of the eye that begin to narrow. Cataracts usually get worse over time and can occur in one or both eyes. Symptoms may include sensitivity to light and glare, blurred or blurred vision, difficulty seeing at night, needing light to read, seeing ‘halos’ around lights, blurred or yellow colours, and double vision. Cataracts can lead to blindness if left untreated, some causes of cataracts are poor nutrition, dirty water and poor hygiene conditions dirty sand that hits the eye. Aging, poverty and lack of health facilities can also be a major reason. We want you to join us and become a green member of our team and join Al Mustafa Welfare Trust to conduct life-changing eye camps around the world. You will be able to see what a simple 15 minute operation can do to a person, their family and their community at large. Raise £3,000 to see the impact of your donations and personally deliver it to your eye camp! You will be able to travel with our team and gain an insight into how we organize our eye camps and help deliver a life-changing experience to those who need it most. Volunteer with our team, meet beneficiaries and see first-hand the difference your donation can make.

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