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Miriam Hyman Memorial Trust

Miriam Hyman

Miriam was one of the 52 people killed in the "7/7" London bombings of 7th July 2005.

The Miriam Hyman Memorial Trust has two interrelated areas of work:

Miriam's memorial: The Miriam Hyman Children's Eye Care Centre (MHCECC) within the L V Prasad Eye Institute in Odisha, India. Miriam appreciated her own eye care services.

Miriam's legacy: Miriam's Vision: A Response to the 2005 London Bombings - a set of resources based on Miriam's story for teachers of 11- to 14-year-olds accessible at miriamsvision.org.

Since 2008 the MHMT has supported the expansion of the MHCECC's services. Funds generated by the Business & Enterprise module of Miriam's Vision now support its Outreach Programme. Miriam's Vision makes reference to the MHCECC in five of its seven modules.

MHMT funds support the evaluation and expansion of Miriam's Vision.

Here is a short video about our work.

 

Please contact us info@miriam-hyman.com to set up a regular monthly donation. Your support makes a BIG difference to our sustainability. Thank you!

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The MHMT Benefit Cricket Match 2019
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The MHMT Benefit Cricket Match 2019 Wytham Village Hall, Oxford OX2 8QA 12pm Saturday 20 July Come and join us for the highlight of the summer! Bring a picnic for this fantastic fun fund..

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ROP at the MHCECC
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Beating Retinopathy of Prematurity at the Miriam Hyman Children's Eye Care Centre From 26th to 29th March, 2019 London welcomed two visitors from the L V Prasad Eye Institute, which houses the MHC..

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New Tavistock Square Memorial
12-Sep-2018

On 12 September 2018 a new memorial was unveiled dedicated to those who died in Tavistock Square on 7th July 2005. It seems appropriate to have this memorial in the square next to the place where ..

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Miriam's Vision Impact Study
01-May-2018

The Miriam’s Vision Evaluation & Impact Study was funded by In 2015 the MHMT launched our educational website, Miriam's Vision: A Response to the 2005 London Bombing..

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