One year after it was exhibited, Sightsavers’ innovative photography exhibition BLINK has won another prestigious award.
The charity evaluator has once again praised Sightsavers’ deworming programmes in Africa for their cost-effectiveness and transparency.
Sightsavers' innovative campaign app allowed staff in programme countries to collect petition signatures from people living in areas without internet coverage.
The accolades, from the the International Association and Prevention of Blindness (IAPB), celebrate eye health staff and volunteers.
The award recognises Sightsavers’ work on its early childhood development and education project in Malawi.
The Nigerian ministry of health presented the award for Sightsavers' work to treat the disease in Kaduna State.
Sightsavers’ chief executive was recognised for her work to help eliminate trachoma around the world by transforming the way funding is secured.
Medicine: The Wellcome Galleries is the world’s largest medical gallery and will be on display for at least 30 years.
Charity evaluator ImpactMatters has awarded Sightsavers a top rating for the cost-effectiveness of its work, based on independent research into its eye health project in the Indian Sundarbans.
Adriane Ohanesian’s image of a Sightsavers-supported surgeon operating on a teenager in a makeshift clinic has been put forward for the Wellcome Photography Prize 2019.
Dominic, who is Sightsavers’ Director of Policy and Programme Strategy, has been recognised by the Queen in the Birthday Honours for his services to people with disabilities.
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