At this international Trachoma Eye meeting held at the World Health Organisation (WHO)Headquarters in Geneva Switzerland in April 2006, I was stressing the need to have eye services improved in malawi.
I am gentle,quiet and not easily noticeable among the many. I have and will always give thanks to God for who I am today. I am married and have a lovely daughter. I was brought up in the poor communities of Malawi (Ezondweni, Mtwalo, Mzimba) where I got my early education. I have studied at Universities in 3 continents of the World. I was at University in Malawi 20 years ago; but am still pursuing further Research studies at the University of London. Previously I have studied in Australia, Kenya and UK. Currently I am a Senior Lecturer, Researcher and Eye specialists in Blantyre, Malawi .For my Research, I am partly based at London School of Hygiene and Tropical medicine. I conduct Eye Research in Rural Malawi. Having more than 3 post graduate medical degrees hasn’t changed my passion to serve the poor Malawian communities .I am a poor doctor working in Malawi . I get satisfaction from my patients who have regained sight in Malawi as a result of my intervention.much as I treat but God heals.
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