Bahrain’s Isa Award for service to humanity goes to top Nepali doctor

God of sight from Nepal Dr Sanduk Ruit has been awarded with the World prestigious Isa Award for Service to Humanity by the Kingdom of Bahrain for his continuous efforts to cure the developing eyes world.
After winning award he says, “I would like to send my deepest condolences to the families who grieve the lives of the loved ones who passed away in the tragic air crash in Pokhara on Sunday. I join the entire nation in mourning their loss. I would like to thank each and every member of Tilganga Institute of Ophthalmology for their incredible service, my international partners the Fred Hollows Foundation, the Himalayan Cataract Project and the Tej Kohli & Ruit Foundation for being my support, and to all my patients giving me an opportunity to serve them.
I share the award with all people of Nepal. I also take the award as a motivation to continue uplifting my country in the international space through more dedication, and more hard work.
I thank the Kingdom of Bahrain for bestowing me with this honour, and pledge to amplify my work in the future.”

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