Bry-Air Celebrates Republic Day by Conducting an Eye Camp and Sports Activities in Haryana


Gurugram, January 29, 2020: Bry-Air, the fastest growing Adsorption Technology group in the world, hosted the 71st Republic Day celebrations with CSR activities across Haryana.

Bry-Air organised an eye-camp in Bhudiki Village, Palwal by providing free checkups to 310 people receiving 21 free cataract surgeries, 187 free spectacles and free medicines to the needy. In addition to this, Bry-Air also co-organised a Sports-Day with DRI for underprivileged students in Dharam Colony, Gurugram, to provide them a platform to showcase their talent.

The eye camp, which is also the flagship programme initiated by Bry-Air, saw a huge participation from the people in Bhudiki village and nearby villages including Khirbi, Banswa Ramgarh and Bhaindoli village.  Doctors and para medical staff were deployed to provide awareness and medical assistance. The event was organised under the ‘Dr Mathra Das Pahwa Outreach Program’’, a philanthropist and an eminent eye surgeon known for his charitable work for the underprivileged in the field of vision; more so, for cataract surgery.

Speaking on the success of the programme, Sonali Dutta, Vice President – Corporate Affairs, Bry-Air said, “We are delighted to be of service to the underserved areas in the country. It gives us immense pleasure to give back to the community through our initiatives. Spreading awareness on health has been the primary motto of our CSR initiatives. Through these programmes, we wish to educate people on well-being practices. We sincerely hope our initiatives will help us unlock the potential for growth in the regions.”

In addition to the success of the eye camp, Bry-Air and DRI’s jointly organised Sports Day in Gurugram. Around 250 students from 6-14 years of age from Bry-Air and DRI Pathshala participated in various sports activities. The adopted learning centres also known as the Pathshalas of Bry-Air and DRI, creates a primary school environment conducive for the non-school going children and weak students who are given remedial classes.