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Published on Jun 17, 2012
From January 1-10, 2012, I was given the opportunity to live in the Kalinga Eye Hospital and Research Centre in Dhenkanal, India. I was assigned a project that would detail the role of the paramedics in the hospital. These women leave home to enter the hospital and undergo intensive training to assist in the daily operations and eye camps of the hospital. KEHRC is the only comprehensive and state of the art eye hospital with all contemporary surgery and eye care facilities available in the central Orissa which is free to the people below poverty line. These women serve as an integral component to KEHRC success. I thank Jennifer Staple Clark and Unite for Sight for making this trip possible.