• Eye Care Centre
  • BlindWalk
  • Eye Donation
  • Disabilities

TPV Rural Eye Care Centre provides free Eye Care Service for the rural poor in Tumkur, Chikaballapur and Bangalore Districts. Regular village eye screening camps, providing spectacles and getting cataract operations done are the regular services. We are based at Kasapura Gate, Arasapura Post, Korategere Taluk of Tumkur Dt.

BlindWalk is an innovative program developed by Project Vision to motivate people to help the visually challenged. "Feel being blind" is the catchword for BlindWalk. A very unique experience is created by ge, leading to a decision to donate their eyes. We have conducted more than 1000 BlindWalks in six countries so far.

Project Vision was born as an eye donation movement. Creating awareness about the plight of the visually challenged people and motivating people to pledge and donate their eyes after death is our main objective. We develop Vision Ambassadors from the community to ensure that pledged eyes are collected. We promote eye collection centres and eye banks.

The children with disabilities in the rural areas are total without any support. Parents struggle to keep them safe and healthy. Children are left at home very often unattended and sometimes even tied up. With no schools or centers for support, Project Vision has initiated a program for their care and growth. Supported by CHAI through Lillian Fonds and FNF, we cover 250 children with training, aids and appliances, and music therapy.