The work of Global ENT Outreach is based on strong partnerships and institutional support at our headquarters in Washington. GEO's work as a nonprofit, focusing on the delivery of quality ear care in developing countries, benefits from longstanding ties to leaders in the medical community, corporations helping to advance the humanitarian cause in global medicine, medical school residency training programs, teaching hospitals, professionals dedicated to the global cause of hearing loss and prevention, and NGO's like CBM. These alliances enable us to translate our lived experience serving the sick into clinical and educational training paradigms, programs, and policies that restore the potential for those who are afflicted by ear disease.

This collaboration among our partners described above is a new and fruitful model for leveraging the resources of the worlds leading institutions to inspire, enlist, and train others to address the pressing health inequalities of our times. Working alongside professionals from partner countries, our doctors at each of our project sites, provide care to patients and train colleagues at all levels, while we advocate on behalf of those we serve.
Americares
Johnson & Johnson
Oticon
Synthes

House Ear Clinic
Grace Medical
Foundation ORL Paraguay
Divino Nino Founation
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CBM is a 100 year old German NGO which has extensive experience in working in developing countries to implement services for people with disabilities, mainly for people with vision, hearing, physical, mental, and intellectual disabilities. CBM supports the provision of more than 1000 programs in 113 countries in Africa, Asia/Pacific, Europe, and Latin America. Visit them at www.cbm.org
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THIEME is a leading publisher of medical textbooks and donates to the education programs of GEO on an annual basis with the intent to help programs we are affiliated with in the developing world. See them at www.thieme.com

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KARL STORZ since 1945 is recognized as an international and highly regarded company in the production and sale of medical instruments and devices. Through its humanitarian efforts it donates products that are used in the delivery of care to those in the developing world. See them at www. karlstorz.com
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MEDIPLAST is based in Sweden and produces medical equipment and disposable medical products. Production is located in Finland, Denmark, and Italy. The company employs 100 individuals and has a global presence in the disposable medical products market. Visit them at www.mediplast.com
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MEDICAPTURE designs and manufactures the medical industry's most advanced video recorders. The recent donation of the USB 300 has allowed up to record at the state of the art level all of our surgeries and use them for the purpose of teaching. See them at www.medicapture.com. 
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TOSHIBA IMAGING SYSTEMS is the premier supplier of high quality video cameras for life sciences with advanced high definition video imaging technology and a distinctive reputation. See them at www.toshiba.com. 
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KURZ is one of the world's leading manufacturers of titanium middle ear implants. Heinz Kurz GmbH was the first company to introduce titanium middle ear implants to the market. The Company is focused entirely on providing implants and specialized instruments for middle ear surgery and selected fields of ENT. See them at www.kurzmed.com
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MEDTRONIC is a leading manufacturer and distributor of medical equipment used in the field of Otolaryngology worldwide. They support programs that work to improve the lives of others through the donation of medical equipment and supplies on a global level. They are also active in educational programs to advance the knowledge in the field. See them at www.medtronic.com
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ULTRALINGUA is a software company that develop reference tools for people that love languages. Ultralingua is dedicated to making outstanding language resources available for people engaged in suing language in their work. They support education, communication, and disaster relief efforts by donating tools to facilitate communication and language preservation globally. Visit them at www.ultralingua.com