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Srikiran's Achievements up to March, 2018

  • Established a High School for the rural children to provide quality added education in 2009.
  • More than 2,685 children from the rural areas are educated.
  • Provided scholarships for over 615 children from the poor families to continue their education at High schools and Colleges.
  • Established a state-of-the-art eye care facility in the area.
  • Provided eye care services to 28,30,866 patients from a population of 10 million. Among them 76% are poor and they received free consultations.
  • Performed 2,47,221 surgeries which include 91% free surgeries for poor and needy. This is a very unique feature of this organization.
  • Organized 2,634 free eye screening camps in rural areas.
  • Conducted 1,145 school children's eye screening camps.
  • Screened 3,80,872 children.
  • Conducted 63 workshops for doctors.
  • Trained 80 Ophthalmologists.
  • Trained 396 Paramedical personnel.
  • Trained more than 153 support personnel.
  • Established 11 vision centers covering a population of 5,00,000.
  • Number of Branches established: 1 (City Center)
  • More than 160 international volunteers participated in various activities.

Srikiran wishes to acknowledge the cooperation and help of many organizations in restoring eyesight to many needy people in the area. They have contributed for the development of the Institute by improving the quality care, training programs, supporting various programs, providing equipment and technical skills. They are as follows:

  • Aravind Eye care Systems, Madurai.
  • Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), Canada.
  • Christoffel- Blindenmission (CBM), Benshiem, Germany.
  • District Blindness Control Society DBCS).
  • Eye Foundation of America, Morgantown, West Virginia, USA.
  • Eye Care for the Adirondacks, Plattsburgh, New York, USA.
  • Help Age India.
  • Help The Aged Canada, Ottawa, Canada.
  • Infosys Foundation, India.
  • Manjari Sankurathri Memorial Foundation, Ottawa, Canada.
  • National Program for Control of Blindness (NPCB).
  • ORBIS International, New York, U.S.A.
  • Rotary International.
  • University of Ottawa Eye Institute
  • State Bank of India, Hyderabad

Srikiran Institute of Ophthalmology can achieve future objectives and participate in Vision 2020 to eradicate avoidable blindness with the cooperation, support, guidance and input from other eye care organizations, Ophthalmologists and other individuals.

For enquiry or for further information please contact the following:

Managing Director,
Srikiran Institute of Ophthalmology,
(A division of Sankurathri Foundation),
Near Atchampeta Junction, Penumarthy Road,
Kakinada – 533005,
Andhra Pradesh, INDIA
Tel: (0884)-2306301/302
Fax: (0884)-2306345