Humanitarian AidSaudi Humanitarian Aid Center Launches Vision-Restoring Volunteer Project in Sri Lanka

Saudi Humanitarian Aid Center Launches Vision-Restoring Volunteer Project in Sri Lanka

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In a noble endeavor to combat blindness and bring light to the lives of those affected, the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center of Saudi Arabia has initiated a voluntary project across several cities in Sri Lanka.

Scheduled from the 7th to the 16th of September 2023, this volunteer-driven project underscores Saudi Arabia’s unwavering commitment to alleviating the suffering of underprivileged individuals and distressed communities worldwide. It operates under the generous directives of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, King of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and HRH Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Crown Prince and Prime Minister of Saudi Arabia.

The comprehensive project by Saudi Aid Center encompasses several vital components:

Diagnosis and Medical Services: Thousands of individuals will receive meticulous diagnoses and essential medical services, ensuring that their specific needs are addressed.

Surgical Intervention: Cases requiring surgical intervention will be identified, and necessary procedures will be carried out to restore vision and improve the quality of life.

Treatment and Medications: The initiative includes the provision of vital treatments and medications, addressing a range of eye-related conditions, from cataracts to tear duct obstructions.

Cataract Removal: Cataract removal surgeries will be performed as part of the project, offering renewed clarity of vision to those affected.

Specialized Operations: Various specialized operations, such as nail removal and treatment of tear duct obstructions, will be conducted, further enhancing the well-being of patients.

Medical Supplies: Patients will receive essential medical supplies, including medicines, spectacles, and lenses, to ensure they continue to receive the care they need.

Health Awareness: Health awareness campaigns will be conducted for patients and their families, equipping them with valuable knowledge about eye care and overall well-being.

By implementing this humanitarian project through Saudi Humanitarian Aid Center, Saudi Arabia aims to alleviate the suffering of many individuals grappling with blindness while extending a lifeline to those in need. The endeavor embodies the Kingdom’s enduring commitment to providing healthcare services, raising awareness, and fostering a brighter future for communities in Sri Lanka and beyond.

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