Dr. Sanduk Ruit receives prestigious Isa Award recognition

Dr. Sanduk Ruit receives prestigious Isa Award recognition. The government of Bahrain will present Professor Dr. Sanduk Ruit, an ophthalmologist, with an award of $1 million USD.

The eminent ophthalmologist who founded Tilganga Eye Hospital is well-known around the world. He will receive the Isa Award in recognition of his dedication to humanitarian services, the Bahraini government has announced.

From a starting list of 139 candidates from all around the world for the prize founded by Bahrain’s royal family. The selection committee has picked Dr. Ruit’s name. The Kingdom of Bahrain has made the decision to award Dr. Sanduk Ruit a gold medal. A note of appreciation, and prize money for the 2020–21 academic year.

Sheikh Mohammed Bin Mubarak Al Khalifa, the King’s special envoy and Chairman of the Isa Prize. Announced the award at an announcement event that would held at the Manama Cultural Center in the month of February.

He will receive this prestigious accolade from Dr. Ruit, who has successfully operated on the greatest number of patients worldwide. Created the least expensive cataract lens in history, and organized eye surgery camps even in the most challenging and distant locations.

Who is the Dr. Sanduk Ruit?

The work of Nepalese ophthalmologist and social entrepreneur Sanduk Ruit in creating and advancing a low-cost, high-quality approach to doing cataract surgery in underdeveloped nations is well-known. Over 150,000 cataract operations have been out by him, who is also the Medical Director of the Tilganga Institute of Ophthalmology in Kathmandu, Nepal. The Himalayan Cataract Project, a group dedicated to preventing and treating blindness in underdeveloped nations, was founded by him as well. The Ramon Magsaysay Award was given to Ruit in 2000, among other honors for his service.

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