Sightsavers and HelpAge International are launching a new three-year project in Tanzania funded by the Conrad N.Hilton Foundation.
Sightsavers is teaming up with Unilever’s soap brand Lifebuoy to promote better hygiene practices as part of efforts to eliminate trachoma in Ethiopia.
A Sightsavers project in Zambia has been awarded a grant of SEK 3 million from the Swedish Postcode Foundation to help tackle trachoma.
Sightsavers’ Pakistan Country Office developed a five-year project on child eye health in slum areas of five urban cities.
The figures were revealed at the annual meeting of the World Health Organization Alliance for Global Elimination of Trachoma by 2020, held in Australia.
A few weeks ago in February, I visited Sri Lanka for a very special event.
We’re really pleased to announce that Sightsavers supporters have donated a huge £3.5 million during our second UK aid match campaign at the end of 2015.