Two adults and a young female stand infront of a house.
Sightsavers blog

Indicators of progress: measuring efforts in tackling diseases of poverty

People in poverty today are disadvantaged in multiple ways, from a lack of access to health care and education to inadequate housing and poor sanitation.

Close up of a woman smiling sitting outside.
Sightsavers blog

How can we leave no one behind in health?

The Sustainable Development Goals were agreed at the UN by 193 member states, and the new international agenda that we’ve been working towards is now set.

Hilbret is sitting on a wooden chair outside. A health worker is leaning over her head, examining her eyes. She has a child sitting on her lap.
Sightsavers blog
Blogs / NTDs /

Mapping marginalised communities: The Global Trachoma Mapping Project

The opportunity for global transformation heralded by the unanimous adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) last month is vast.

A young girl leans over a barrel of water, with Sightsavers' logo on it. She is washing her face outside with soapy water.
Sightsavers blog
Blogs / NTDs /

WASH and NTDs finally make it official

The World Health Organization has committed to support collaboration between WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene) and NTDs (neglected tropical diseases).

A visually impaired man and a woman holding hands as they walk outside.
Sightsavers blog

Imagination in the making: the inclusion of disability in the SDGs

Leaders from the disability and civil society sectors came together to celebrate the inclusion of disability in the Sustainable Development Goals.

Two girls with visual impairments smile as they embrace each other.
Sightsavers blog

“The participation of marginalised people is imperative”

The Sustainable Development Goals Summit in New York featured two speeches on the importance of disability inclusion in achieving the goals.

A boy grins at the camera.
Sightsavers blog

“All children count, but not all children are counted”

Sightsavers has signed a joint letter calling for new sources of data to ensure the global monitoring framework includes the needs of vulnerable children.

A close up photograph of someone's hand running over a sheet of braille.
Sightsavers blog

Disability and data: how we can make progress

At an International Disability Alliance meeting in New York, Sightsavers’ Dominic Haslam shared our experience of collecting data disaggregated by disability.

Close up photo of a smiling man.
Sightsavers blog

The SDGs: a massive step forward and a wake-up call

It’s the biggest week of the year for Sightsavers’ policy team, and they’ve been blogging about the run-up to the 2015 UN General Assembly in New York.

A girl holds her glasses up to her face and looks at the camera.
Sightsavers blog

Learning through innovation

Sightsavers’ strategy stresses that learning and innovation are essential to improve the quality of what we do.

1 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13
Prev Next