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Members of Ghana's disability parliamentary caucus sit around a large table in a meeting room.

A parliamentary caucus on disability issues in Ghana is possible!

Sightsavers’ Peter Anomah-Kordieh Kwasi shares the journey that led to the establishment of a parliamentary caucus that champions disability issues.

Peter Kwasi, November 2022
Lesline and classmates at school in Cameroon

Did world leaders do their homework to transform education?

Sightsavers’ Mariana Rudge shares how world leaders at the Transforming Education Summit responded to our call to take action on inclusive education.

Mariana Rudge, October 2022
A young boy sits at a desk in a classroom, writing in an exercise book. A teacher stands next to him offering guidance.

Transforming education: how we’re doing our homework too

Sightsavers’ Liesbeth Roolvink shares the work we’re doing in programme countries to help transform education systems so that all children can go to school.

Liesbeth Roolvink, October 2022
An older man talks to a younger man, who is holding a tablet computer. They are sitting in a hospital waiting room.

Data Values campaign: why we must act now to create a fair data future

Sightsavers' Tichafara Chisaka explains how the campaign aims to transform data in the development community and why it closely aligns with our inclusion work.

Tichafara Chisaka, September 2022
Queen Elizabeth's coffin is driven in a black hearse covered in flowers, flanked by Queens Guards wearing bearskins and full red military uniforms, plus officials in dark suits.
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“A day I’ll remember all my life”: observations from the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II

“I was at the funeral to represent Sightsavers to honour our departed patron, on behalf of the people we serve, the supporters who make this possible and all our staff across the world.”

Caroline Harper, September 2022
Nora teaches numbers to pre-school children. A child using a wheelchair sits on her left.

Transforming Education Summit: our call for world leaders

Sightsavers’ inclusive education policy officer Takyiwa Danso explains why we’re calling on global leaders to protect the rights of children with disabilities.

Takyiwa Danso, September 2022
A man sits on a stationary motorbike with Saio on the backseat. They are both wearing helmets and surgical masks.

We must include students with disabilities in education transformation

Sightsavers’ Gertrude Oforiwa Fefoame shares why inclusion and diversity must be at the heart of discussions at the UN's Transforming Education Summit.

Gertrude Oforiwa Fefoame, September 2022
A group of people who attended an inclusive data training workshop in Cameroon.

How can inclusive data advocacy help us to achieve the SDGs?

Sightsavers’ Aissata Ndiaye and Tichafara Chisaka share some lessons on inclusive data advocacy based on our experiences in Pakistan, Cameroon and Senegal.

Sightsavers, July 2022
Voluntary local review workshop attendees gather outside for a group photo.

How Maroua’s voluntary local review can help Cameroon achieve the SDGs

Sightsavers’ Joseph Oye and Aissata Ndiaye share insights and recommendations from the Commune of Maroua I’s review into SDG implementation at the local level.

Sightsavers, July 2022
A large group of people gather together for a photo outside a building. Some people are seated, some are standing and there is a man in a wheelchair at the front of the group.

How inclusion ambassadors are reducing disability stigma and discrimination in Ghana

Sightsavers’ Joseph Mensah explains how the Ghana Somubi Dwumadie programme is helping to change negative social attitudes and behaviour.

Joseph Mensah, April 2022
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