Annual Report 2014
Soeur Yab has had a vision problem since last two years and lived in blindness for last months, and now she is 84 years old is living with her fourth daughter (she has 2 sons and 4 daughters with two grandsons) since her husband passed away last twenty years ago in Thmorkeo village, Tramkak commune, Tramkak District, Takeo Province around 35 kms far from Caritas Takeo Eye Hospital (CTEH). Since her blind occurring, the limitation of routine activities in moving and self-care are more difficult to manage independently if there has no assistant. Most of her then daily activities had lost that caused her to get a depression such as disappointed in her living and unhappiness while her family economic is another main issue needs to be solved too. Later, she’s referred to get eye care services at the hospital after her eyes had been checked at her village by CTEH mobile team under collaborated with the health centre staff.
Annual Report 2013
This year 11 resident doctors are being trained in CTEH, ophthalmology programme under the umbrella of
NPEH (National Program for Eye Health) and the University of Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Phnom Penh...
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Annual Report 2012
Mr. Nhip Oun, Cataract surgery has give him more freedom to join any activity in village. Mostly he can do his work in the house and in the faming …
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Annual Report 2011
As part of the ABI training program, ophthalmic eye nurse Mrs. Pring Kimmy was sent to
ARAVIND Eye Hospital, India to attend six months training for Orthoptics in Paediatric
Ophthalmology and adult strabismus from July to December 2011.
Annual Report 2010
TEH has 59 local staff and 25 of them are government staff designated to work at TEH. Most of them
will stay at TEH since they are from Takeo except for some who might move to Phnom Penh due to more
lucrative offers or opportunities given by other NGOs. Additionally the Provincial Health Department provides
support with TEH’s electricity and water supply and some medicines...
Annual Report 2009
Since 1997, Takeo Eye Hospital (TEH) is committed to reduce poverty due
to avoidable blindness and improve the quality of life of people in Cambodia. This
commitment continues to rule as the hospital developed the different services to be
available to all in Cambodia...
Annual Report 2008
TEH is one of the three teaching-hospitals for the residence-training of fully trained ophthalmologists in Cambodia. In 2008, the 1st group who is at the residency program for ophthalmology reported alternately at TEH. The 2nd group participated in the lectures given at the Faculty of Medicine, University Phnom Penh. They are: