Jacob, 9 years old, measured by a community healthworker, before being administered with is Mecitzan treatment at his home in Nigeria.

eBay partnership raises £16,550 for Sightsavers

Earlier this year we partnered with eBay to offer customers the chance to donate to Sightsavers while buying and selling their items online.

New Sightsavers Trustee, Maryanne Diamond.

Disability rights champion and IT expert join Sightsavers’ board of trustees

Maryanne Diamond, internationally recognised for her work advocating for people with sight impairments, has joined Sightsavers as a trustee.


A Million Miracles: our award-winning campaign

Sightsavers celebrated a triumphant night at the Institute of Fundraising National Awards, overcoming tough competition to pick up two trophies.

Jon Snow stands, talking infront of a Uniting to Combat NTD banner. His hands are open and in front of him as he talks.

NTD programmes named as a strong investment opportunity

A report released today emphasises the huge health and economic benefits of investing in programmes treating neglected tropical diseases (NTDs).

A close up photo of a lady having her examined by someone wearing white latex gloves.

Live webcast to launch progress report on NTDs

The Uniting to Combat Neglected Tropical Diseases collective launches a report with a live webcast from the Natural History Museum in London.


Trachoma mapping completed in Sudan

The Sightsavers-led Global Trachoma Mapping Project, which aims to determine worldwide prevalence of trachoma, has completed its mapping in Sudan.

A small child receives his annual dose of Zithromax to protect him from trachoma/

Countdown to UN Sustainable Development Goals: indications are exclusion is set to continue

Following the publication of the Zero draft of the SDGs, concerns are raised that goals and targets for people with disabilities will not be delivered.

A group of people stands together with Sightsavers tshirts on.

Allied Vision staff raise $30,000 for Sightsavers

Staff at Allied Vision found time in their busy schedules at the end of last year to raise a staggering $30,000 for Sightsavers.

HRH Princess Alexandra smiles as she cuts a Sightsavers cake at head office in Haywards Heath.

Princess Alexandra visits Sightsavers to celebrate 65 years of preventing blindness

Princess Alexandra met with staff at our Haywards Heath head office today to discuss our work to prevent and cure blindness.

A man and two women stand next to a dose pole.

Extra funding boosts Sightsavers’ NTD prevention area in Nigeria

Additional funding will allow the neglected tropical disease project to reach 13 million more people across two extra states in Nigeria.

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