Sightsavers’ trachoma mapping work, which is supported by the Department For International Development (DFID), has been included an article on BBC News.
Last month, Sightsavers hosted the NNN meeting in Brighton.
In this policy brief, Sightsavers outlines an integrated approach to tackling neglected tropical diseases, including the Global Trachoma Mapping Project.
A report outlining how challenges of trachoma, access to water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and poverty are mutually reinforcing.
You might be wondering why World Water Day is important for Sightsavers. It's because access to clean water and sanitation aids the prevention of blindness.
Some 102 million people are at at risk from river blindness, with 99 per cent of cases in Africa.
The potential for the elimination of transmission of onchocerciasis where feasible, providing a data set of information to those raising funds.
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