Current Expedition Needs

Each region is managed by an International Operations Manager who is posted with the listed expedition site. Please contact a manager by email if you are interested in an expedition or if have any related questions. For general inquiries, please email programs@seeintl.org or call 805-963-3303.

SEE International is currently recruiting volunteer ophthalmologists for the following clinics:

Africa, Retina & MSICS Courses

Contact: Rachel Siegel

  • Honduras, San Pedro Sula: October 12-15: Work with VOI on this 2.5-day hands-on training course: 50 MSICS Cases.
  • Liberia, Pleebo Republic of Maryland: March 1-8: SEE Doc needed with MSICS experience. Only experienced SEE Docs can lead this expedition: 50 MSICS Cases.
  • Cameroon, Limbe: June 12-19, 2017: SEE Doc needed with MSICS experience. Only experienced SEE Docs can lead this expedition: 50 MSICS Cases.

Flexible Dates:

  • Swaziland, Sidvokodvo: Flexible Dates: This week-long campaign is held in partnership with the Luke Commission and focuses on surgery and giving MSICS training to local ophthalmologists: 100 MSICS Cases.
  • Ghana, Accra: Flexible Dates: Perfect for MSICS Training: 50 MSICS Cases.
  • Haiti, Port-au-Prince and Cap Haitian: Flexible Dates: Retina specialists needed to train local ophthalmologists.
  • Peru, Juliaca: March/April: Retina specialist needed for diabetic retinopathy cases.
  • Nigeria, Anambra State: Dates TBD: Train local ophthalmologists and perform MSICS cases at a University Teaching Hospital. Only experienced SEE Docs can lead this expedition: 50 MSICS Cases.

Latin America

Contact: Catherine Lamorena

Urgent:

  • Bolivia, Tarija: May TBD: SEE Doc, Dr. Georges Birenbaum is looking for one additional ophthalmologist to help assist with cataract cases. MSICS experience preferred: 75 MSICS Cases.
  • Mexico, Meoqui: Summer 2017: Looking for 1-2 ophthalmologists: 200 Cataract Cases.
  • Mexico, Jerez: July TBD: Looking for 1-2 ophthalmologists to work alongside host SEE Doc, Dr. Jesus Rodriguez: 150 Cataract Cases.

Flexible Dates:

  • Ecuador, Guayaquil: Looking for 1-2 ophthalmologists and a surgical team to perform in collaboration with El Cielo Para Los Niños: 50-100 Cases.
  • Ecuador, Guayaquil: Flexible Dates: One ophthalmologist needed for collaboration with FUNCRISA: 50 Phaco Cases.
  • Honduras, El Progreso: Flexible Dates: Ophthalmologists needed for cataract clinics to work in partnership with hosting agency, CCSHH.
  • Mexico, Tuxtla: June/September/November: Looking for ophthalmologists to volunteer. Spanish speaking preferred: 50 Cataract or Strabismus Cases.
  • Peru, Juliaca: Flexible Dates: Looking for ophthalmologists preferably with MSICS experience: 50 MSICS Cases.
  • Peru, Juliaca: Flexible Dates: Looking for ophthalmologists to volunteer: 50 Strabismus & Oculoplastic Cases.

Asia, Pacific, Caribbean & MISC

Contact: Clarissa Kusel

  • Haiti, Cap Haitian: July 8-15: MSICS experience not required for this expedition: 50 Cases.
  • Jamaica, Montego Bay: September 25-29: Experienced Phaco surgeon needed for this expedition: 50 Phaco Cases.

Flexible Dates

  • Dominican Republic, La Romana: April, August, October: SEE Doc needed with Phaco or MSICS experience: 120 Cases.
  • India – Multiple Sites: Various pediatric and MSICS opportunities: Flexible Dates/Cases.

To see which expeditions are in the field this month, please view our Monthly Expedition Map.
Please contact programs@seeintl.org if you have any questions about current or upcoming expeditions.


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  • SEE volunteers, Dr. Jesus Fuentes Mujica, ophthalmic technician Luis Velasco and Dr. Maxwell Cheng cared for hundreds of Peruvians, providing free eye exams and sight-restoring surgeries. Dr. Mujica is a Peruvian ophthalmologist who goes on close to 20 medical missions in his own country each year. Seeing how worn his one set of surgical instruments were from many years of use, Dr. Cheng generously gave him his own instrument set so that Dr. Mujica could continue his work to help the needy in the rural areas of Peru.

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