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FREE EYE CARE FOR THE POOR IN PAKISTAN

20 million people in Pakistan are either blind or have impaired vision, of those 2.6 million are children. Help us help them!

In December 1984, the late Graham Layton and Zaka Rahmatulla founded and established the Layton Rahmatulla Benevolent Trust (LRBT) in Pakistan. Their goal was to treat curable blindness and visual impairment by providing high quality FREE eye surgery and ophthalmic care for those who cannot afford treatment.

A network of 19 hospitals, 56 clinics, mobile units, outreach centres and screening camps enable us to treat people in deprived urban areas and remote rural villages, which have poor healthcare facilities.

We fundraise for LRBT in Pakistan and together, we are the largest provider of free eye care in Pakistan, having so far treated 40 million patients.

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