Tag: VSee humanitarian project

Telemedicine Improving Access to Healthcare in the Philippines

I’m not sure what we expected when we first stepped into the GALA Shelter for street kids. But we were surprised and touched by how well-behaved and respectful the children were. They greeted us with big smiles, and a polite “Good Afternoon,” then touched our hands to their foreheads – a sign of…

VSee Philippines Medical Mission: Telemedicine Helps Orphans and Street Kids Fly

For the last few weeks, the VSee Manila Team has been busy prepping for a VSee medical missions trip in the Philippines. It’s been a super exciting opportunity for us to impact the community with the possibilities of telemedicine.  For this missions trip, we set up two health screening camps, July 14…

Telemedicine for Self-Sustainable Healthcare in the Amazon

e-KSS, an international non-profit, has been working for almost a decade with the largest Amazon indigenous federation (Federação das Organizações Indígenas do Rio Negro – FOIRN) to develop culturally-appropriate and self-sustainable healthcare solutions for the Amazon’s indigenous people. It has successfully established the first-ever indigenous people’s telehealth network, Continue Reading…

VSee in Gabon: The Albert Schweitzer Hospital and Surfing Hippos (Part 1)

I don’t of know of too many tech startups that would send you to Africa on a humanitarian trip, but I just got back from an amazing trip to the West African country of Gabon.  It’s a small, beautiful country of about 5 1.5 million people located on the equator just…

Technology Tools For Social Change

At VSee we have several people who are passionate about improving the situation of refugees around the world.  They volunteer their time, knowledge, and resources to make a difference in the lives of refugees.  In the past VSee has taken a very active role in supporting the cause, so in…

Videos from Saturday’s World Refugee Day

The videos from last Saturday are being uploaded to YouTube, showing how VSee was used to provide live video conversations around the world. More at the WRDLIVE channel: www.youtube.com/user/WRDLIVE

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