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A young boy sits with his mother.

Pfizer celebrates 500 Millionth trachoma treatment

16 November 2015

ed to treat blinding trachoma in countries across Africa and Asia.

A young boy sits with his mother.

Pfizer celebrates 500 Millionth trachoma treatment

16 November 2015

The International Trachoma Initiative (ITI), Pfizer Inc. and the International Coalition for Trachoma Control (ICTC) have today announced Pfizer’s 500 millionth donation of the tablet Zithromax® (azithromycin), an antibiotic us Continue reading

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Unreported World: unbelievable response!

19 October 2015

We've had a fantastic response to Unreported World: The Fight for Sight, which screened on Channel 4 on Friday night Continue reading

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East End Foods plc supports Sightsavers this Christmas

09 November 2015

A new partnership between Sightsavers and East End Foods will see the company aim to raise £15,000 by the end of this year. Continue reading

Ade Adepitan leaning on the back of a ute, surrounded by children.

Sightsavers on Channel 4’s Unreported World with Ade Adepitan

09 October 2015

TV presenter and wheelchair basketball player Ade Adepitan sees the life-changing impact of Sightsavers-supported cataract operations in Malawi, in an episode of Channel 4's Unreported World. Continue reading


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