Essilor- World leader in lens technology has initiated a social revolution through their CSR activity aptly entitled “2.5 New Vision generation”. Impaired vision is the most common disability in the world, yet its impact on society is largely unrecognized. One-third of the global population is prevented from accessing vision care because of where they live, what they believe or what they can afford. Many do not even realize they are disadvantaged. Total 4.5 billion people need corrections but 2.5 billion do not have desired corrections. They are affected by: Geographic Location, Ideological Isolation & Economic Isolation. Following their mission of Good vision is right of all; they are reaching to rural interiors through their mobile clinics and providing feasible assistance to needy.

Recently 2.5 NVG team represented by Shri. Kumar Sāmbhav, Project Manager- Maharashtra of 2.5 New Vision Generation visited Nagpur based Orange City Hospital & Research Institute and interacted with Dr.Anup Marar, Director (Administration) – OCHRI in presence of Dr.Deepak Dongre, SMO Incharge- OCHRI Special Projects who is conceptualizing a new social undertaking wherein National Human Care Foundation and OCHRI can work in a collaborative manner with 2.5 New Vision Generation to provide solace to needy poor rural populace of Vidarbha. 2.5 NVG team commended the unique working model of OCHRI wherein hospital profits are pumped back to society through its varied social arms.

It is added that OCHRI Ophthalmology division led by Dr.Ashish Thool, Dr.Abhay Agashe and Dr.Pooja Dhande provide subsidized cataract removal with phaco and IOL lens implant services to needy central Indians part from organizing various urban, industrial and rural screening camps.