Awards & Recognition
Crusade against Female Foeticide
Last audited December 2018
BPA started as a recreational club for visually impaired people but now serves people with all kinds of disabilities, including visual impairment, hearing impairment, mental retardation, orthopedic impairment, mental illness, multiple disabilities etc.
BPA - ONE WINDOW SERVICE FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES, is a professional organization that strives to provide education, employment opportunities, equal rights and a good quality of life to differently-abled people. The Employment and Placement services is a step towards providing employment as well as self-employment opportunities for people with disabilities so that they can be made financially independent and self-sufficient. They also work towards production and free distribution of assistive devices like crutches, calipers, wheelchairs, mobility devices etc.
During the last five years, BPA has been successful in providing employment to as many as 1500 people, who are presently employed in public as well as private sectors, and are capable of handling important assignments in banks, railways, hospitals, restaurants, etc. The organization works relentlessly to provide these people with regular jobs so that they can be accepted in mainstream society without any discrimination. Having received the National Award and FICCI Award, BPA is recognized as a nodal agency.
Leadership Dr. Bhushan Punani
Access to basic and specialised healthcare treatments,Transport expenses incurred to commute to the institution,Cost incurred for detection and treatment of eye conditions
Cataracts are often related to the aging process, but they are also occasionally found in younger people. It is completely treatable but if untreated, the person becomes totally blind. But due to poverty, many senior citizens live with blindness.
The Navalbhai and Hiraba Eye Hospital set up by the BPA, in collaboration with the Bareja General Hospital Trust provides comprehensive eye care services to people with eye problems, in several villages around Bareja. The program conducts free eye camps and surgeries for poor patients suffering from cataracts. Patients are provided with consultation, surgery, accommodation, spectacles, medicine, transportation, and follow-up treatment.
Donations made to this program support the cost of surgery, sutures, lens, and administrative expenses.
Close to 3 lakh patients are served annually by the Blind People's Association. By supporting this program you can help poor senior citizens get free cataract surgery and reclaim their life.
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