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Master Ainul had cataract in both his eyes. Due to financial constraint his parents were not able to bear the cost of his surgery. At SCEH his surgery was done free of cost. His mother is happy and can now breathe a sigh of relief as Ainul’s inabiltiy to see has been worrying his mother a lot and she didn’t want Ainul to lead a life of a blind person..

This is the story of Anuj, born to al family in the remote interiors tribal belt of Mandla, in Madhya Pradesh. Anuj's case was picked up by one of the field screening teams of the hospital. He was transferred along with his parents to the tertiary eye care facility at Delhi. Anuj was diagnosed with congenital glaucoma, a condition that leads to irreversible blindness and needed immediate corrective surgery.

Post surgery, the smile on little anuj's face say's it all. Hopefully, he will grow up to become a support for his poor parents.

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