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STORIES OF HOPE

Stories of Hope
Aisatou Bah’s Story: A Nurse’s Vision

Aisatou Bah’s Story: A Nurse’s Vision

There is an old African proverb that “It takes a village…” to raise a child, and that’s true to this day in The Gambia, where we started working with local surgeons and community health agents to treat cataract blindness. And that saying still rings true for Aisatou...

Dr. Wodome’s Story: Our Partner in Togo

Dr. Wodome’s Story: Our Partner in Togo

Togolese ophthalmologist Abram Wodome had a vision. He saw the devastating effect of blindness due to cataract all over Togo, affecting children, adults and seniors alike. Dr. Wodome kept looking for a solution to the ever-growing problem, but he lacked the support he...

An Open Letter to National Geographic

An Open Letter to National Geographic

In the September 2016 issue of National Geographic magazine, the publication highlighted the global health challenge of blindness in a series of published articles and interactive stories.  The following is a letter to the editor of National Geographic...

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The HelpMeSee mission is to eradicate preventable cataract blindness globally. We achieve this through an innovative, scalable simulation-based cataract surgical training program. Our program covers Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery (MSICS), Phacoemulsification Simulation-based Training Course (PSTC), Suturing Simulation-based Training Course (SSTC), Complications Management Course (CMC), Phacoemulsification to MSICS Differences Course (PMDC), and MSICS to Phacoemulsification Differences Course (MPDC). These offerings empower eye care professionals to refine their skills, master vital procedures, and excel in ophthalmology. We are dedicated to restoring vision for those with severe visual impairment and cataract-induced blindness worldwide.


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