NSU Research Contributions
Title : Caring Vision: Fighting Against Blindness in Bangladesh
Authors : Jashim Uddin Ahmed, Sadeq Ahmed, Asma Ahmed, Mohammad Abdul Majid
Abstract : Caring Vision Hospital (pseudo-name) started as a small charitable organization in Bangladesh which later turned to be a renowned eye care institute. This eye care service model is dedicated towards providing proper eye care to both the affluent and underprivileged patients through cross-subsidization measures. A key to the success of this concept is due to the good relationship between foreign non-governmental organizations, philanthropists and renowned ophthalmologists who act as key stakeholders. The present case study highlights the growth of Caring Vision. Moreover, the problems and future scopes shed light into the practical business world which can be implemented across any organization.
|Journal : FIIB Business Review||Volume : 8||Year : 2019||Issue : 1|
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