Featuring news from our work in India, Kenya, Nigeria and more.
Artists including Charlotte Kelly from Soul II Soul will perform at the charity concert on 11 October, with proceeds going to Sightsavers.
The project, which uses superhero characters to educate children about the spread of trachoma, will be introduced as part of efforts to fight the disease.
Nearly four million people are now free from the threat of the disease, the Uganda National Onchocerciasis Elimination Committee has announced.
Sarah Bartlett reflects on Sightsavers’ involvement in this milestone, what we’ve learned from the experience and the work that lies ahead.
Sightsavers’ Cristina Jimenez shares her thoughts on the pioneering Tropical Data project, which helps to identify where trachoma treatment is needed.
The Global Disability Summit could be a sea change in attitude and action towards people with disabilities. Help us to make this change a reality.
To mark World Water Week 2018, Sightsavers’ NTD Programme Officer Cade Howard shares tips from the field about how water can help to eliminate this painful, blinding disease.
The latest from Kenya, where Sightsavers staff have been carrying out eye screenings in a refugee camp in Turkana. Plus news from India and Nigeria.
Sightsavers’ Kate McCoy followed a team of eye care workers as they raced through cities and villages to find any remaining patients: they needed to treat them all to eliminate the disease for good.
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