February 14, 2015 (Sidvokodvo, Swaziland) Today I’ve been scrambling to get my blog online. First there is a limitation on my time, based on other activities taking priority. Secondly, there’s limited availability to WI-FI and Internet access. And then today we were introduced to “load shedding” where the overloaded electrical grid in Southern Africa is requiring rolling blackouts that have shut down power to the campus. So I keep writing offline, preparing more info to post, and hope to get the stories out soon.
Ophthalmologist joining a medical team providing clinical care and academic exchange programs in Asia, Africa and Latin America to support development of blindness prevention programs including clinical care, educational exchanges and research activities - coordinated through a team of amazing eye care professionals in government, academic, private practice and international non-governmental organization (INGOs) settings across the globe. All in the pursuit of eliminating avoidable blindness and vision loss. ... full info