Annual Reviews / Financials

LRBF Annual Review 2021

February 16th, 2022|

Although the founders are no longer with us, but they would have been proud to see their legacy reaching new heights in the journey of 35 years.

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LRBF Annual Review 2020

March 10th, 2021|

LRBT is committed to creating a better Pakistan by preventing the suffering caused by blindness and other eye ailments.

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LRBF Annual Review 2019

January 23rd, 2020|

It is a reversible disease and excellent vision can be obtained by a procedure in which the cloudy natural lens is replaced by an artificial lens.

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LRBF Annual Review 2018

April 24th, 2019|

Our patients are poorest of the poor and have no accessibility and affordability to health care.

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LRBF Annual Review 2017

April 24th, 2019|

Established the Layton rahmatulla Benevolent trust in 1984, laying down an inspiring vision, an audacious mission and 4 founding values.

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LRBF Annual Review 2016

April 24th, 2019|

Graham Layton and Zaka Rahmatulla established the Layton Rahmatulla Benevolent Trust in 1984, laying down an inspiring vision, an audacious mission, and 4 founding values.

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LRBF Annual Review 2015

April 24th, 2019|

The plight of the poor blind is heartrending. Their life is nasty, brutish and short. They live off the scraps from the table of others often reduced to begging on the streets to survive. The tragedy is that the suffering is unnecessary as 80% of blindness is curable. The situation in 1984, the year

LRBF Annual Review 2014

April 24th, 2019|

You are the faces of tomorrow, our living dreams of today.

No man, woman or child should go blind simply because they cannot afford the treatment.

We want to give disabled youth a chance to build a future by making them productive, able to stand on their feet, look after their family.

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LRBF Annual Review 2013

April 24th, 2019|

90% of the world’s blind live in the developing world.

18.7 million people in Pakistan are either blind or have impaired vision; of these 2.6 million are children

Tragically the suffering of 80% of them is needless as they suffer from conditions which can be prevented or cured

In this dark scenario the establishment of LRBF 28

LRBF Annual Review 2012

April 24th, 2019|

There are 12 million people above the age of 60 in Pakistan of which around half are either blind or visually impaired. Blindness and impaired vision increases with age: To illustrate prevalence of blindness increases from 0.4 % of the population in 30-39 age bracket to 6.1% in the 60 -69 year bracket and