We provide online training and mentorship for eye health professionals in developing countries.

Cybersight is an online training and mentorship service for eye health professionals in developing countries. Our goal is to increase the capacity of eye health professionals and health systems to treat and prevent blindness and visual impairment.

“Without Cybersight in this moment I would be a different doctor and the life of my patients would be different.”

-Dr. Cioplean

Bucharest, Romania

“Afghanistan is a resource-poor country, with a large portion of the population living in poverty and unable to afford their medical expenses – especially with complex cases – and of course they can’t afford medical services abroad. With Cybersight, now they have the chance to be treated inside Afghanistan.

Thank you Cybersight!”

-Dr. Ghulam Saeid Torabi

Herat, Afghanistan

“Cybersight is a platform for exchanging scientific and practical experience, and collaborating with international clinical experts.  This in turn increases the scientific and practical capacity of physicians around the world.

On a personal level, I can communicate with highly-qualified mentors, and this has helped both my patients and my career.  I thank in particular Prof. Daniel and Dr. Sarah, who helped me to get the information I needed in a quick and simple way.

I encourage other members to share their clinical cases to benefit everyone.”

-Dr. Wael Hamoudeh

Damascus, Syria

“The Cybersight team and mentors have played a major part in my professional development as an ophthalmologist. Due to the lack of up-to-date knowledge in the Mongolian ophthalmology sector I rely heavily on the training and mentorship from Cybersight. Because of Cybersight I can learn everyday, nonstop from excellent mentors. You are a life-changing force.
Thank you for being there for us.”

-Dr. Ijilmurun

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

“My regards to Cybersight for what you are doing to improve and develop ophthalmology all over the world.  Really, Cybersight makes me a better ophthalmologist.  Keep it going.”

-Dr. Osama SeedAhmed

Khartoum, Sudan