Cataract surgery for Pakistanis
Blinded by poverty. Help us to provide cataract surgery to 100 of the most vulnerable Pakistanis who are losing their eyesight and cannot afford treatment.
The Messenger (PBUH) said: Whoever brings ease to one in difficulty, Allah will make it easy for him in this life and the Hereafter.” (Sahih Muslim)
£110 - Provide vulnerable Pakistani with cataract surgery to prevent and reverse blindness.
Forgotten and neglected
An estimated 23 million people in Pakistan are visually impaired, and for 80%, that blindness is curable or reversible. Every three minutes, a person develops an eye disease in Pakistan.
This Ramadan, let’s be the change that these vulnerable people need.
For just £110, you can restore the eyesight of a vulnerable person in the coastal areas of Pakistan and Pakistan-administered Kashmir. It’s a priceless gift, which the person you’re helping wouldn’t be able to afford without your help.
A future of change
When a person is cured of cataracts, especially in communities with limited accessibility for the visually impaired, they not only have their eyesight restored, but they’re able to navigate their environment, earn a living, and care for their families. It provides ongoing benefits for the whole family for years to come.
With your help this Ramadan, we want to support 100 people to be able to see, and remove the risk of blindness.
Our work in Pakistan
Human Appeal has been working in Pakistan for 15 years. Last year, we helped 372,208 people in Pakistan through projects that provide sustainable clean water, livelihood training, solar-powered electricity, and food security.
This Ramadan, you can change the life and future of a vulnerable person, and reap the multiplied blessings of the holy month.