India has the largest population of blind globally. Most of them live in the poorest parts of the country with little or no access to even basic health care facilities. One of the many obstacles in detecting and treating preventable blindness timely, is the paucity of real time community level data to aid analysis and decision making. Population level data on blindness is either dated or if available is region specific, and hence is not very useful given the regional diversity of a country like India. Further, manual data collection as seen in various community level activities, is fraught with issues of data accuracy for the purpose of reporting and decision making.

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