Month: January 2020

Eyes on the prize

Melbourne-based Ophthalmologist Dr Charles Su, who recently returned from a training tour to Cambodia where he is helping train two opthalmologists undertaking Sight For All’s in-country Oculoplastics Fellowship, said the Fellows were making good progress. “It was clear that our two Fellows, Dr Theary and Dr To Vichhey, had gained much in the intervening year, …

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Building Better Futures for Health Challenge @ Sydney – 29 May

We’re grateful for the generosity of our supporter, IDE Group, who will be donating all proceeds from ticket sales of their upcoming Building Better Futures for Health Challenge to fund Sight For All’s continued efforts in delivering sight-saving work in partner countries. Hosted in collaboration with Vivid Sydney, the annual competition provides a chance for …

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Refractionist Project Myanmar Closing Ceremony

Congratulations to the 9 Refractionists, who have successfully completed the two-year Clinical Upskilling of Refractionists to Deliver Comprehensive Eye Care in Myanmar Project. In July 2017, Sight For All commenced a Clinical Upskilling of Refractionists to Deliver Comprehensive Eye Care in Myanmar Project. The two-year project involved training 9 Refractionists from 5 teaching hospitals across …

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Cambodia neuro approach a no-brainer

University of Adelaide Professor John Crompton was recently on the ground in Cambodia to launch three Sight For All Neuro-Ophthalmology Fellowships, an in-country training program that has already proved highly successful in Vietnam and Myanmar. Cambodian Neuro Ophthalmology Fellows, Drs Many Lim, Pagna Heang and Kossama Chukmol. When Cambodian Drs Many Lim, Pagna Heang and …

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