On this World Sight Day, the Pakistan Institute of Rehabilitation Sciences joined hands with the Human Development Foundation to bring light to those in need through a remarkable community eye screening camp at Mardan.
Mr Ahmad Al Mosa (PRP Manger) and Abdul Nasir of ICRC visited PIRS today. Agreed upon starting PnO diploma course in September 23 with 20 students sponsored by ICRC. PIRS and ICRC will sign an MoU in August for the PnO diploma course.
PIRS recently organized a comprehensive 3-day training program aimed at enhancing the teaching skills and overall effectiveness of educators. The event was designed to cover a wide range of topics crucial for professional growth and development.
PIRS established a Primary Eye Care Centre at Madni town, Nilore. A free eye and medical camp was arranged at this centre on 24th June 2021, in collaboration with HDF. Nearly 250 patients attended the camp……
PIRS arranged free eye and medical camp at Smart learners School Nilore on 14 October 2021, in collaboration with HDF. Nearly 250 patients attended the camp and highly appreciated efforts of both teams…….
PIRS continously involved in School Screening of the Students of Rawalpindi and Islamabad. Spectacles given to school children identified during school screening for uncorrected refractive error.
WHO and World Bank data shows that there are 1.3 billion people in the world with disabilities and 80% live in developing countries. According to the World Report on Disabilities, 13% population in Pakistan is