The number of people at risk from neglected tropical diseases has fallen by 20 per cent in the past five years, according to WHO.
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.
With just over a week to go until the London Marathon, Sightsavers supporter Chris Gordon is beginning preparations to run a marathon for the first time.
Sightsavers has welcomed the appointment of Ndey Yassin Secka Sallah as a Member of Parliament by the Gambia’s newly elected President, Adama Barrow.
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.
Sightsavers has welcomed a speech made by International Development Secretary Priti Patel, which set out her priorities for UK development.
The BBC’s live broadcast of the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey included a film about the Trust’s work in Malawi.