Eyes; the flawless windows through which we are observing the world. The pure lenses that might lose their clearance by heredity, accidents or severe illnesses like cancer.
The visual impairments also happen for MAHAK children during their treatment. By considering the various aspects affecting treatment process and the quality of their lives, MAHAK has always striven to utilize the best and most proper care services for cancer-stricken children.
On the ‘World White Cane Day’ marked on October 15, we observe all the people suffering from visual impairments who are accomplishing different activities with confidence, courage and independency. We hope to witness more prosperity and improvement in quality of their lives day by day through the expansion of supporting services offering by active organizations in this field.