A group of women in India are taking part in an innovative project aimed at empowering young women with disabilities by teaching them judo.
Sightsavers plans to work with partners in developing countries to eliminate avoidable blindness and promote equality of opportunity for disabled people.
The effects of interventions designed to improve the labour market situation for adults with physical/sensory disabilities in LMICs.
The Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data has highlighted the importance of using data to shine a light on groups that are often excluded.
The Education for All project will focus on girls with disabilities, who are often excluded because of prejudice or a lack of funding.
Sightsavers co-hosted and took part in a side event at the High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development held at the United Nations in New York.
At the the UN’s High-Level Political Forum in New York, Sightsavers’ priority is to learn from other countries in implementing the Sustainable Development Goals.
Anuradha Pareek, a disability advocate and local government councillor in Bikaner, India, delivered a speech via video to a Sightsavers event at the High-Level Political Forum in New York.