Global ENT Outreach (GEO)

Global ENT Outreach (GEO) is a nonprofit humanitarian organization working in developing countries combating ear disease. GEO, through hands-on surgical training of doctors, programs in public health, advocacy initiatives, partnerships with local healthcare organizations, and ear surgery for the underserved, strive to prevent avoidable deafness and death. In the developing world we save lives, in the developed world we improve the quality of life! 

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.