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Adelaide’s Poem

When Adelaide was only two years of age, her mum noticed that her pupil was complete transparent. It was Christmas eve, and the little girl from South Australia was taken to the Royal Adelaide Hospital, where she was diagnosed with retinoblastoma. This rare form of eye cancer, affects children and in countries like Australia, the …

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Vinuth’s Story

When Vinuth was 1 month old he was diagnosed with a white ‘reflex’ in his left eye. His condition remained monitored by local health care providers. At almost 2 years old, he was examined by Dr Lom Orng at the Khmer Soviet Friendship Hospital (KSFH) in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Dr Lom Orng was trained as the …

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Mongolia Glaucoma Fellowship

The Mongolian National University of Health Sciences (MNUHS) in Ulaanbaatar is one of Mongolia’s premier training institutions for doctors. There are currently no trained glaucoma specialists in the country and so MNUHS has made a request to Sight For All for an In-Country Fellowship in glaucoma at MNUHS. The ‘in country’ training means that the …

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Myanmar Statement

From Executive Officer, Judy Hatswell Sight For All has had a long association with Myanmar, with our founding members providing eye care support well before our establishment in 2009. Sight For All’s Board, staff team and Visionaries are horrified and deeply saddened by the events in Myanmar over the past month. Myanmar has fought for …

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