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News articles published in: 2017
Seychelles Hospital receives 35K worth of equipment from TES.



The Eye Clinic at the Seychelles Hospital has received advanced equipment for eye surgery. The equipment is worth $35’000.   In a short ceremony on Friday 22 September, 2017, Professor Cyrus Tabatabay, President of the Teaching Eye Surgery (TES) Foundation, officially handed over equipment to the eye Clinic of the health Care Agency at the […]

Seychelles here we are ! New Team



After signing the partnership between Seyhelles and TES early in April this year, Teaching Eye Surgery is happy to announce their first work in the field thru the 11th – 22nd September 2017. We would like to welcome Dr Ronald Barbe and Nurse Marie-France joining us to offer newer and stronger medical care for the […]

Prochain concert !



Chers amis, C’est avec joie que nous vous informons que notre prochain concert aura lieu le lundi 4 décembre 2017, à la désormais incontournable Salle des Abeilles, au Palais de l’Athénée. Nous serions touchés que vous réserviez votre soirée pour cet évènement qui, chaque année, nous permet de nous revoir, avec plaisir. Plaisir accru par la […]

T.E.S Supporting funding of Primary School in Madagascar , April 2017



T.E.S. Foundation is honored to help the Lions Club of Tulear , for the funding of the construction of a primary School in Tulear South of Madagascar. The Inauguration took place with all the local officials and Lions Club on the 17 April 2017.        

T.E.S. experts to help Seychelles with treatment, surgery



(Seychelles News Agency) – The quality of eye treatment and surgery in Seychelles is expected to strengthen following the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the Ministry of Health and the Geneva-based Teaching Eye Surgery Foundation. The agreement calls for regular visits by surgeons from the foundation to perform advanced procedures in Seychelles. The […]