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Eye Treatment

Provide life-changing eye care to needy people in developing countries

Shine a light in the dark. 

Globally, there are 2.2 billion people suffering from visual impairments or blindness.  Quba Trust’s Eye Treatment Program is another Healthcare project of Quba Trust and is working to bring quality eye care to people in hard to reach areas throughout the developing world. With eye checks, medication, glasses and even simple eye operations, we’re working to try and help those thousands of people struggling with eye ailments.

Donate now to help those in need

Around the world, 2.2 billion people are visually impaired or blind. According to the World Health Organization, 90% of these people live in the developing world and it is estimated that 80% of visual impairments can be prevented, or even cured.
In many cases, just a small eye check can make a life-changing difference; without one, many people would go blind despite there being a treatment available for them.
It was reported that The Prophet (ﷺ) to have said:

“Whoever relieves a hardship for a fellow Muslim, Allah will relieve them from a hardship on the Day of Judgement.”
[Sahih Muslim]

Losing your sight is one of the most frightening things that can happen to anyone. And it’s so much worse if you are already living in one of the poorest countries in the world and have no-one to turn to for medical help or assistance.
Helpless and frightened, many people who lose their sight become even more vulnerable to unemployment, starvation, disease and a lonely, lingering death.
But it doesn’t have to be this way. The simple fact is that many of the commonest eye problems such as cataracts and waterborne infections can actually be solved relatively easily with simple surgery or the right medications.

Will you help provide this? Will you help restore one of the most precious and vital gifts in life to someone in urgent need?

With your help,Quba Trust is committed to getting medicines, vaccinations and basically any other sort of medical help to the people in most need, as far as eye-care or treatment is concerned. But we also know that to really combat these problems we need to address them at their root cause. Before the eye treatment programme, for a very long time Quba Trust has focused on providing healthcare facilities to those who are in need such as Quba Trust’s Wheelchair Distribution Programmes that are held annually and help the ailing in a proper manner and in adequate quantity.
A tube of eye cream to combat water-borne infections costs just £2.50. A gift of just £15 would provide six children with effective eye medication against river blindness.
£25 would help screen 10 children for eyesight problems. £50 would pay for a cataract operation that could help someone see again. And £250 would help support the operation theatre for one week.
Please be as generous as you can. Your gift today will be more precious than you can ever imagine, as it is also through sight that many of the needy such as those who are tailors in profession earn livelihood.

Thank you so much.