Sanduk Ruit

Founder, Nepal Eye Program, Tilganga Institute of Ophthalmology

Sanduk Ruit is a Nepalese ophthalmologist who has performed more than 100,000 sight-saving operations in his distinguished career and is founder and Medical Director of the Tilganga Institute of Ophthalmology. He was trained in Australia but soon became famous for creating his own variant of the small incision cataract surgery and making it accessible to patients in Nepal and other developing economies. Sanduk has won over 40 awards from governments and other institutions including the Ramon Magsaysay Award, Order of Australia, Prince Mahidol Award of Thailand, Arthur Lim Award and the 1.3 million Euro Champalimaud Vision Award, the world’s largest monetary award for work on eyesight

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