Free eye care campaign held at Fatehnagar in Chandanaish Upazila. The free eye care and blood grouping campaign took place recently at Fatehnagar Sharfunnesa Girls’ High School.
The Advocate Badiul Alam Jebunnessa Begum Trust in association with Chevron Eye Hospital and Research Centre arranged the day long campaign. More than 550 patients received free treatment, prescription along with medicine. A total of 150 personnel had been enlisted for cataract operation among the 550 patient attendees. Four eye specialists rendered their service in the day long campaign.
Founder of the trust and honorary consul of Democratic Republic of Congo and CEO, Top of Mind Ziauddin Adil presided over the opening ceremony. Present at the ceremony were, as the chief guest Alhajj Nazrul Islam Chowdhury, Member of the Parliament of Chittagong-14 constituency and Salma Adil, Chief Financial Officer, Top of Mind delivered the welcome speech.
In his speech Nazrul Islam Chowdhury MP said, “It is the solemn duty of the affluent people of every society to stretch their hands for the helpless and poor people. In compliance with this philosophy Advocate Badiul Alam Jebunnessa Begum Trust has organized the free eye care campaign. This noble initiative will inspire everybody in our society. The free eye care and blood grouping campaign is an exemplary milestone of philanthropy.”
He added, “In order to fulfill social responsibility every solvent person should come forward to aid the helpless. The person who does not have eye sight or proper vision can feel the agony of it. This campaign is a result of the empathy that has awakened in the trust governing body. In providing eye care and eye sight to the blind will bring a contentment which enables us to grab the serene essence of humanity.”
Ziauddin Adil said, “This free eye care campaign aims to cure the personnel suffering from eye diseases and get them back proper eye sights to enjoy the lights and colors of the World and Universe. Advocate Badiul Alam Jebunnessa Begum Trust has always stretched its hands for the nursing of local poverty stricken people.”