Training Liberian Doctors In Ophthalmoscopy

"Teach a woman to fish and she has fish for life". Isn't that the 
saying? We are teaching Liberian doctors how to use the indirect 
ophthalmoscope like most US eye doctors when you go for an 
eye exam. It is one of two key pieces of equipment. The other is 
the slit lamp. We are currently seeking grant funding for newer 
models. Africa has very few eye doctors to take care of the most 
common causes of blindness--cataract and the need for glasses. 
The salary in Liberia is under $2/day . There are 2.8 billion 
people who live off of that.