Travelling opens your eyes to new things. And sometimes a trip can even help the eyes of others. After all, our eyesight is one of the most precious things we have, and it is my concern also to help people living in places of our world that are less well equipped regarding medicine and medical technology. These travels enrich my life as well: I see new things, learn a lot, and I may be able to help. And from some encounters friendships evolve.
Read here about my travels and experiences in the context of my voluntary work as ophthalmologist and eye surgeon:
Tagada, small incisions and new friends
About a bumpy rod, unusal chairs and gratitude.
Saving eyesight together in Kampala
About hammer and chisel, eye-laser and gratefulness about a new chair.