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Meeting between Health Minister and T.E.S in Souillac Hospital

Health and Wellness Minister, Dr the Hon Kailesh Kumar Singh JAGUTPAL, has visited Souillac Hospital and met with T.E.S.Foundation to asses the Training given to local surgeons and staff with the new equipment that has been given to the Hospital. In the MBC1 Interview done on the 12 January 2022, Prof. Tabatabay explains the challenges on restarting […]

“Video” Professor Tabatabay Discussed Ophthalmic Surgeon Training in Mauritius With the Prime Minister Jugnauth

The President of the Teaching Eyes Surgery (TES) Foundation of Switzerland, Professor Cyrus Tabatabay, paid a courtesy call on the Prime Minister, Mr Pravind Kumar Jugnauth, this afternoon, at the New Treasury Building, in Port Louis. He was accompanied by the Minister of Health and Wellness, Dr Kailesh Kumar Singh Jagutpal. In a statement following […]

Meeting with the President

His Excellency Mr. Pradeep Singh Roopun has met today with the board members of the Teaching Eye Surgery foundation to discuss the current and future partnerships.

Ambovombe – Tsihombe

Sixty cataracte interventions at Ambovombe with 2 hours drive to get to Tsihombe. Diabetic and vision screening performed with an outcome of an extra 60 cataracte interventions planned. Working conditions are hard under 38 degrees Celsius. Last medical visit was back in 2018. Thanks to TES Foundation to have financially enabled those 120 interventions.  

Diabetes and vision screening in Fianarantsoa – Madagascar

End of August in Fianarantsoa (Madagascar) was held a day of mass screening for diabetes and eye sight, thanks to the collaboration of Lion Club, SightFirst and T.E.S Foundation.

T.E.S.Foundation back in Souillac, Mauritius with Corneal grafts for patients

T.E.S.Foundation was back in Souillac, Mauritius during the last week of October 2019 with Corneal grafts for 8 patients. This intervention was possible in association with the Ministry of Health, the Lions Club and Weill Cornell Medicine NY. Patients with Conical Cornea and Cataracts were cured thanks to the transplants. The operating surgeons from TESF; […]

Seychelles benefits from eyecare project

The President of the Republic, Mr Danny Faure, received visiting consultant from the Swiss-based Teaching Eye Surgery (TES) Foundation, Professor Cyrus Tabatabay. He was accompanied by TES financial partners, representatives of Save our Seas Foundation, and senior Ministry of Health Officials for a courtesy call at State House this morning. During the meeting, the delegation […]

26 Août – Dépistage de Diabète

Dimanche 26 Août  de 8h00 à 10h00 au centre social résidence St. Jean, Port Louis. En collaboration avec le Lions Club Quatre Bornes, L’ONG Diabetes Safeguard et la T.E.S Foundation.  

T.E.S donates an Optos Daytona plus in Seychelles to improve Diabetic Retinopathy Diagnosis and Treatment

Diabetic retinopathy is one of the leading causes of vision loss and blindness around the globe, and affects approximately one-third of people with diabetes.   Diabetes impairs the body’s ability to control blood sugar. Because sugar can promote inflammation, a person with diabetes may experience inflammatory damage to various tissues within their body, including the […]

Cinquante patients Mauriciens opérés de la cornée par une équipe suisse

L’équipe du professeur Cyrus Tabatabay sera à Maurice à partir de ce dimanche 7 janvier. Plusieurs interventions de greffe de la cornée sont prévues. À terme, 50 greffes seront effectuées pour marquer les 50 ans de l’indépendance de Maurice et les 50 ans du Lions Club de Port-Louis.   Quelque 25 greffes de la cornée […]

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