Chauda lives in complete darkness

Chauda (58) can hardly see anything. She lives in almost complete darkness. She has cataracts, but no money for help. She feels powerless. She has given up hope.

As a caring mother, she is sad that she can no longer take care of her two handicapped children. They have no income of their own. Chauda is also no longer able to help her husband to earn a living by repairing clothes.

Paying for an eye surgery is therefore out of the question for her. Where should she get the money for the trip to the hospital? What should she pay for the operation?

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