After many years of hard work and collaboration, two more countries have banished this devastating disease, meaning millions more people are no longer at risk of losing their sight.
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Gertrude becomes the first African woman to lead the United Nations Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
Dr Moira Chinthambi received a Sightsavers scholarship to train as an ophthalmologist and now works in Malawi.
In Nigeria and Kenya, two innovative education projects are enabling children with disabilities to reach their potential.
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