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The voluntary medical campaign of the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) to combat blindness and diseases causing it conducted in Bangladesh, during the first day of the campaign, checking 6,700 cases, 2,747 males, 3,953 females, and the initial registration of surgical operations, for 977 people, 465 males and 512 females, 19 surgeries, distributing 3,393 drug units and 1,954 spectacles.

This campaign provided by the Center aims to treat people with eye diseases and provide them with the necessary medical care in a number of countries in need, according to the agreement signed by the Center with the International Sight Foundation.