Background: RAAB 2013 reported the prevalence of bilateral blindness in South Sulawesi is 2,6%, with the main causes of blindness is cataract (64.3%). This report describes the crash program for cataract blindness control in South Sulawesi within the last 3 years (2014 - 2016). Material and Methods: Collecting the data of cataract infrastructures, human resources, and cataract surgical rate (CSR) from each district in South Sulawesi. From these data, we conduct statistical analysis and crash program planning, establish special and regional teams, and perform advocacy to stake holders of each district to describe the condition of the eye health services and action plans for cataract blindness prevention in each district. Results: The number of cataract surgery in South Sulawesi was 13.988 with CSR 1.753 in 2014. The number of cataract surgery in 2015 and 2016Â was increased to 16.295 with CSR 1.954 and 19.147 with CSR 2.383 respectively. In August 2016, an advocacy workshop was held resulting the agreement of all stakeholders from each district in South Sulawesi in the development of the cataract blidness controlÂ program. Conclusions: By implementing a serious and sustained crash program for cataract blindness control involving stakeholders from each district, the number of cataract blindness in South Sulawesi reduced and the CSR target of 3.000 in 2018 can be reached.