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Sightsavers Reports

Ensuring universal access to eye health in Bhopal

October 2017

Sightsavers is an international organisation working with partners in more than 30 countries to eliminate avoidable blindness and help people with disabilities participate more fully in society.

In the context of its Urban Eye Health Programme in Bhopal (India), the organisation launched a pilot approach aimed at developing an inclusive eye health (IEH) model and IEH Minimum Standards.

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Nine year old Sonali smiles to camera
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We’re making huge progress on avoidable blindness, but we still have work to do

Sightsavers’ Charity Dandak reflects on our achievements through the Seeing is Believing programme, and highlights the challenges we still face to tackle avoidable blindness.

Charity Dandak, October 2018
Hula wears her new glasses and reads from a sheet of paper.
Sightsavers from the field

August highlights: updates from around the world

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.

August 2018
Anwar, who has a prosthetic leg, running alongside other people with disabilities.
Sightsavers from the field

June highlights: updates from around the world

A round-up of the latest work that your donations help to support. Featuring news from India, Kenya, Senegal, Uganda and Nigeria.

June 2018