Organised in a planned way as an integral part of operations, rural eye camps enable Indira Gandhi Eye Hospital to reach and seek out the least served, namely people in villages, especially older, poorer people and women. Each hospital has fully equipped teams dedicated to this purpose. The camps are generally organised in collaboration with local civil society organisations and community leaders to facilitate wider communication and mobilisation. Indira Gandhi Eye Hospital provides free eye screening, vision acuity test, diagnosis and refraction at the camp site itself, conducted by competent and well-equipped teams. Those needing surgeries are transported to and from Indira Gandhi Eye Hospital hospitals free of cost, kept as in-patients with free boarding and lodging for the period of surgery, provided free or subsidized surgeries regardless of the surgical procedures required and the facility to order spectacles for home delivery well below market prices.