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STORIES OF HOPE

Stories of Hope
Farmer Paul from Madagascar, Can See Again

Farmer Paul from Madagascar, Can See Again

I want to train a cataract specialist to restore vision to people just like farmer Paul.Our work training cataract specialists is life-changing.Last year, HelpMeSee Medical Officer, Jean-Marie Andre, launched a training program to teach African ophthalmologists a...

We must give all our money to the blind!

We must give all our money to the blind!

“Grandpa, we've got to give all of our money to help the blind.”This grandfather took six brochures from popular global charities and spread them out on the dining room table. He then gave his granddaughter three separate, $5-dollar bills. The grandfather asked his...

HelpMeSee Eye Surgery Simulator Demonstrations at CCC 2019

HelpMeSee Eye Surgery Simulator Demonstrations at CCC 2019

Schedule a time to demonstrate the HelpMeSee Eye Surgery Simulator at the 2019 Comprehensive Cataract Conference (CCC 2019) and 3rd Biennial Word Conference on Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery held on November 29 in West Bengal, India.Attendees of the 2019...

Solving the Public Health Crisis of Blindness in Latin America

Solving the Public Health Crisis of Blindness in Latin America

HelpMeSee is placing an Eye Surgery Simulator to the Instituto Mexicano de Oftalmología (IMO) a charitable hospital in Queretaro, Mexico dedicated to providing high-quality eye care at a low cost. Please help us support IMO and other HelpMeSee training partner...

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