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Siliguri Greater Lions Eye Hospital (SGLEH) is a registered non-profit, non-govt. premier philanthropic organization in North Bengal. The services rendered by SGLEH are open to all, irrespective of caste, creed and nationality. Supported by International Charity, Government Departments, Local NGOs and Lions Members, SGLEH provides eye care which is affordable and accessible for blind and visually impaired of eastern India.
Sight saving work of Siliguri Greater Lions Eye Hospital focuses on bringing quality eye services through its network of primary, secondary, and tertiary eye care centers. It invests substantially in upgrading infrastructure, adopting latest technology, and building capacity of eye care personnel in Eastern India. Together with its partners, the organization has for the past 35 years, helped protect the eyesight of lakhs of people and moved from strength to strength to an outstanding height.
The cost of energy from municipal power grids keeps going up, and the importance of maintaining a healthy environment grows every day. Installing a solar energy system is a cost-effective, sustainable, and simple way to reduce your environmental footprint and your energy budget.
Solar energy is non-polluting and renewable. The goal was to provide quality eye care services for underserved communities and reduce the levels of visual impairment in the country, in a sustainable and environmentally responsible manner.
To create a model, energy self-sustainable project for Unit 1 eye hospital at Siliguri-Dist. Jalpaiguri that could help become the first Green Tertiary Eye Care hospital in the North-East. The hospital has created an energy self-sustainable solar run electricity and water supply system which would have a capacity to provide power supply for all seasons during both night and day. The Solar system so installed is warranted for 25 years although AMC charge of INR 30,000/- per year will be payable, which will be borne by SGLEH.
Bangalore Airport City Lions Service Trust : INBDG19684/317E Girls Hostel Project.
Bangalore Airport City Lions Service Trust furnished the Compliance Report of utilization of the Grant amount of INR 11,05, 179.62 for the purpose of upgradation of our Girls Hostel of Bangalore Airport City Lions Service Trust, Bangalore.
As per the terms and agreements the entire amount of INR 11,05,179.62 along with their own funds organized through the contributions from the Lion members of the Airport City and other general donors were spent. A total amount of INR 26,03,496 was used for the upgradation of the Girls Hostel for the following items: