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Mandvi. District Surat, Gujarat.
Mobile Number
02623 221180, 9426125947
Eye Care Hospital
100 Beds
Completed 50,000 + cataract replacement @ 1 Re., 35 Blind Children Hostel.
Action Withdrawal kwh Produced, Conserved, Reduce, Recycled, Reuse Kwh. CDM Methodology Co2 Reduced
Annual Energy 600
Solar Power Generation 25,500 AMS I D 21.600 tons
Solar Thermal for Sterilization
6,000 AMS I J
Solar Thermal for Laundry application
6,000AMS I J 
Solar Thermal for Daily needs
8,000AMS I J97.5 tons
Balance to be achieved

Annual Water withdrawn (KL) 50,000
Use of Recycled water
20000AMS 0022 34 tons
Harvested Rainwater for drinking
200AMS I K0.340 tons
Efficient faucets
2500AMS II.M
Waterless Urinals
240ACM 00140.408 tons
Balance to be achieved
Overall sustainability achieved 61%.


Divayjyoti Trust is a registered NGO and has been working for poor community since 2011. The main single focus by Trust is on eye care service delivery to the needy and underserved people of community with the right human resource; full fledge equipment facility and clear vision of "NOBODY SHOULD BECOME NEEDLESSLY BLIND". Basically Trust is governed by philanthropic minded individuals and through their kind monetary support. This is equally responsible towards environment and has mapped carbon footprint for the year 2012-14. New building was awarded platinum ranking by Indian Green Building council and also won Emersion awrad for the year 2016.

programme, research activities and blind hostel work together in one direction. Outreach activities and blind hostel work together in one direction. Outreach activities are also managed by trust such as vision centres, satellite centres, diagnostic eye camps and door to door surveys. Today Divyajyoti Trust has completed more then 50000+ surgeries in six years time and 2.5 million populations covered. There are certain limitations such as uneducated patients, low awareness among community, Low affordability of people and standard of living is in old manner with disbelief and superstitions are a challenge to effective performance of the Trust.