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Urgent Need for Ophthalmologists in Guatemala

Health Talents International is in desperate need of 1-2 eye surgeons or 1 surgeon and an optometrist for July 16-23, 2016 to an under serve...

MSICS Training in Honduras

Vision Outreach International with the help from SEE international offers a Manual Sutureless Incision Cataract Surgery course hosted by Dr. Diego Mej...

The role of MSICS and how surgeons should learn

Ranzco has published a review worth reading regarding the role of manual small incision cataract surgery in developed nations.    van Zyl ...

Handling Eyes Together (a review)

I attended the Handling Eyes Together Conference this weekend in Fort Worth TX and couldn't be more glad I did.   When I first saw the em...

Global Site Guide

View this guide to learn some of what you can learn and do on the Globalsight website.  

Mission Statement

The ultimate goal for GSA is to become a centralized, global portal for the cataract blindness community of NGOs, clinical researchers, ophthalmologis...

Our History

                       The Global Sight Alliance is a collaborative initiative of Mi...

How to Join

At Global Sight Alliance, we are eager to engage with the many different eyecare professionals around the world that are involved in the fight against...

Ophthalmic Pseudomembrane Secondary To Caustic Agent

Here are photos of a young child I saw in the MSF pediatric hospital in Monrovia (pre and post treatment). This child was malnourished but not severel...

Post-Ebola Survival Eye Clinic In Liberia Part 2

Medecins Sans Frontieres / Doctors Without Borders is usually an emergency / crisis health organization  rather than a developmental health NGO. ...

Post-Ebola Survival Eye Clinic In Liberia Part 1

Well here I am. I finally made it. All my ophthalmic life I have wanted to work for / with Medecins Sans Frontieres ( MSF ) / Doctors Without Borders...

Blog from West Africa

In February I was with my ophthalmic friend Dr. Edgar Ogaldez  in San Benito / Flores, Peten, Guatemala. Dr. Ogaldez visited my wife and I l...

At which stage to do a Gunderson flap

   This is in response to one of my blog entries and the question which was asked which was "Which stage do you prefer to do a Gundersen f...

Achuar Eye Project Report

For just a moment, imagine trying to live and function in the Amazon jungle without the ability to see! This has long been the situation for a number ...

Eye Care in South Sudan

Here is an article on eye care in the South Sudan sent in by Dr. Dan Gradin who visited there recently.      ...

Diabetic Laser in Catacamas

Not too long ago I wrote here to ask for help with finding a retinal laser for our Honduras Mission Trip. I am thrilled to report that after months ...

Team Returned to FDB

During the second week of January 2014, our USA team met with our Haitian counterparts to provide quality eye care in rural FDB. We examined 857 peopl...

Changed Lives

Medical Ministry International is doing work in approximately 23 different countries. The number of lives that have been impacted by their work contin...

Hawaiian Eye Foundation Spring 2013 Newsletter

Hawaiian Eye Foundation  Spring 2013 Newsletter Phaco cataract surgery has been used for decades in the U.S., but is generally not the most appr...

News from International Eye Foundation - Year in Review 2012

  Victoria Sheffield of International Eye Foundation shares this newsletter summarizing activities of the IEF from 2012.   ...

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