Sightsavers has joined more than 40 leading NGOs to call for governments and donors to invest in education for children with disabilities.
The annual event celebrates media professionals in the Asian and mainstream media who highlight issues affecting race relations and human rights.
A guide that explains how to solve the legal challenges of producing books in accessible formats has recently been published by the World Blind Union.
Sightsavers has welcomed the appointment of Ndey Yassin Secka Sallah as a Member of Parliament by the Gambia’s newly elected President, Adama Barrow.
We’ve described Friday 25 September 2015 as an incredible and world-changing day. This was the day the UN adopted the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The UK magazine has celebrated the ‘fighting spirit’ of visually impaired women who are learning self-defence through a Sightsavers programme in India.
At the conference in Bangkok, Anuradha will speak about the challenges faced by people with disabilities living in India.
How community-based participatory research in our programmes is working towards implementing the 2030 Agenda.
On International Women’s Day, Sightsavers is calling on its supporters to #BeBoldForChange for people with blindness and disability.