Free Eye Camp

Free Eye Camp in Vengadu Village

Free Eye Camp in Vengadu Village

In a joint initiative between Nambikkai Illam Trust and the KK Surgical and Paediatric Centre in Tambaram, free eye tests were given to the boys and girls from the homes. A clinic was set up in Vengadu Village and around 100 local villagers also benefited from attending the free eye camp. This was all provided at no cost to Faith Welfare Trust.

33 people in all needed glasses and these were distributed in the village by 2 of our workers.


About Faith Welfare Trust

FWT works with young people in India: to provide a safe home and loving Christian environment for deprived children; and to provide access to education and suitable further training to maximise their opportunity to earn a living wage and escape the poverty trap. FWT is managed in the UK by a board of trustees comprising Alistair Coomer, Joy Rafferty-Smith, Tessa and Chris Sayers, Elsie and Brian Tugwell, Rachel and John Fisher and Helen Webster. They are assisted in India by the Nambikkai Illam Trust, based in Chennai, which manages the two childrenʼs homes at nearby Vengadu and Navalur villages and provides support to Faith Public School at Rajahmundry, about 350 miles further North.
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