as a pioneer of responsible healthcare delivery, unite for sight serves, empowers, and mentors organizations and individuals to provide high-quality outcomes.
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Our Programs

Global Health & Innovation Conference

The Global Health & Innovation Conference is the world's leading and largest global health conference and the largest social entrepreneurship conference, with 2,200 professionals and students from 50 states and 55 countries. This must-attend, thought-leading conference convenes leaders, changemakers, and participants from all sectors of global health, international development, and social entrepreneurship.

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Global Impact Corps

Training current and future leaders in global health, the Global Impact Corps is an immersive global health opportunity for students and professionals. Global Impact Fellows support and learn from local doctors as they provide care to patients living in poverty in villages, slums, and refugee camps. Fellows learn from the local medical professionals about social entrepreneurship, patient barriers to care, and about effective strategies to reach the hardest-to-reach patients who are otherwise unable to access or afford care.

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Healthcare Delivery

Unite For Sight partners with phenomenal local eye clinics in Ghana, Honduras, and India to provide quality eye care to patients who are otherwise unable to access or afford care. These programs are locally led and managed by the local medical professionals, and our collaboration has provided eye care to 1.9 million people by local doctors during the past decade, including more than 85,000 sight-restoring surgeries by local ophthalmologists.

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Global Health University

Global Health University develops and nurtures current and future global health leaders through webinars and training workshops, Global Health Certificate programs, fellowship and internship opportunities, open-access courses, and university-based Global Health Societies.

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Our Impact

1,900,000
patients served
87,378
sight-restoring surgeries
9,900
fellows trained