Tulsi Chanrai Foundation Annual Report 2015-16

 Tulsi Chanrai Foundation (TCF) has always been at the forefront of delivering public health services for over 2 decades benefitting over 3 million disadvantaged children and adults in Nigeria through its 3 keys programmes - Mission for Vision, Mission for Primary Health and Mission for Water.

Since inception more than 100,000 eye surgeries were performed restoring vision, over 1.5 million mothers and children have access to basic health care services, 4384 hand pumps bore holes (HPBHs) and 85 Solar/Electric Bore Holes have been rehabilitated ensuring 1.95 million people of safe drinking water. It is widely evident that interventions in these 3 key areas result in addressing majority of health problems of the population.

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100,000 surgeries milestone reached!

TCF – Tulsi Chanrai Foundation is proud to announce the milestone of completing 100,000 free eye surgeries and restoring the sight and economic independence of 100,770 people. This achievement has been possible with the continuous and committed support of our partners and donors who have walked this journey with us and shared the common vision to eliminate avoidable blindness in Nigeria, from the inception of the programme till date.

Our heartfelt thanks to all of you!

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25000 surgeries milestone in Kebbi

Tulsi Chanrai Foundation’s (TCF) eye program Mission for Vision with the support of the Ministry of health, B/Kebbi in Kebbi state has completed 25000 eye surgeries at the Hafsat Eye Centre in a span of 13 years between 2002 and March 2015.

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TCF Impact – Annual Progress Report 2014-15

Tulsi Chanrai Foundation (TCF) has been delivering healthcare in Nigeria for over 2 decades benefitting over 3 million disadvantaged children and adults in Nigeria through its 3 keys programmes - Mission for Vision, Mission for Primary Health and Mission for Water. Since inception, 98023 surgeries have been done and 93100 people's sight restored, 964 clinics have been conducted and about 1.5 million mothers' and children's health and wellbeing secured, 3887 hand pumps bore holes (HPBHs) have been rehabilitated and about 1.9 million people ensured safe drinking water through these programmes. It is a widely known fact that interventions in these 3 key areas result in a majority of health problems of the population getting addressed.

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