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Touching Souls International Giving Free Cataract Surgery and Eye Treatment in Bangladesh as Part of Ongoing Program June 6
Date:5/30/2010

s a variety of other services to the people of Bangladesh. The organization's Artificial Limb Project, for example, will provide artificial limbs to 10 patients this year, while its Palliative Care Project continually works to provide funding for palliative care to those who are nearing the end of their lives. Touching Souls International also runs a school of 225 students, provides educational scholarships to those in grades 5 through 12, provides fellowships for water forum journalists, and runs a self-reliant program to help individuals gain back their self reliance and self respect. The organization also runs a home for the homeless program and an arsenic awareness program in different districts of Bangladesh.

"By doing the cataract surgery, we give sight to the cataract blind. By doing cleft-lip surgery we provide the freedom of smile. By providing artificial limbs and a self-reliant program, we provide freedom of work. By running schools and offering scholarships, we provide freedom of education. Through providing water forum journalism and an arsenic awareness program, we provide freedom to have clean water to survive. By providing palliative care, we offer a support system for patients facing life-threatening illness," says Tahmina Sultan, president of Touching Souls International. "Every program offered by Touching Souls International significantly improves the quality of life in Bangladesh."

For more information about Touching Souls International or its Sight Restoration and Blindness Prevention Project taking place on June 6, visit www.touchingsoulsintl.org/.

Contact:
Tahmina Sultan
917-388-6641
tahminasultan(at)aol(dot)com

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