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Pfizer celebrates its 500 millionth trachoma treatment

Pfizer has donated its 500 millionth Zithromax® (azithromycin) antibiotic tablet, used to treat blinding trachoma in countries across Africa and Asia.

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Dr Bilghis’s story

Dr Bilghis, an ophthalmic consultant, spent three years travelling to some of Sudan’s most remote, hostile areas to carry out eye examinations.

Rose looking at herself for the first time after cataract surgery.
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Watch as Rose sees herself for the first time after cataract surgery

Rose is 14 years old, and has been blind since she was a baby. We witness her reaction as she looks in the mirror and sees herself for the first time.

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Majority of Brits say sight is priceless

Sightsavers commissioned research to find out how much people in the UK value sight, with many respondents saying they see it as the most important sense.

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Unreported World: an unbelievable response

We’ve had a fantastic response to Unreported World: The Fight for Sight, which screened on Channel 4 on Friday and featured Sightsavers’ work in Malawi.

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The Trust launches trachoma website

The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust has launched a website that highlights the inspirational work of partners in 11 Commonwealth countries.

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Sightsavers on Channel 4’s Unreported World with Ade Adepitan

On Channel 4’s Unreported World TV presenter and wheelchair basketball player Ade Adepitan saw the impact of Sightsavers-supported cataract operations.

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Miracles in Tanzania: Sightsavers blogs for Virgin Unite

Sightsavers’ Carol Casey blogs for Virgin Unite this week to recount her experience of seeing cataract surgery change lives in Tanzania.

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Sightsavers chief executive interviewed for World Sight Day

Dr Caroline Harper spoke about avoidable blindness as part of an interview on Insight Radio to mark World Sight Day.

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Sightsavers launches vision survey to mark World Sight Day

For World Sight Day, Sightsavers is conducting a sight survey to find out how supporters feel about their sight, and what sort of value they put on it.

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