Sightsavers’ Peter Anomah-Kordieh Kwasi shares successes and what we learned from the Ghana Somubi Dwumadie participation project, which Sightsavers supported as a partner to improve the lives of people with disabilities.
Through Ghana Somubi Dwumadie, Sightsavers’ Diane Kingston delivered training that will help protect and promote effective mental health provision and human rights in Ghana.
Sightsavers’ Simon Brown shares how organisations like Sightsavers can influence labour markets to be more inclusive of people with disabilities in decent employment.
Sightsavers’ Saleck Ould Dah and Ujala Sarfaraz highlight two key issues around disability inclusion that are hampering efforts to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
Sightsavers’ Boubacar Morou Dicko shares the obstacles Mali faced on the road to eliminating trachoma, and how the country was able to overcome them.
In 2018, Sightsavers CEO Caroline Harper took to the TED stage to talk about the importance of eliminating trachoma. Since then, 14 million people have been protected from the disease, but further progress hangs in the balance.
Sightsavers’ Edwin Maleko shares the impact of an inclusive eye health programme on communities and eye care services in Singida and Morogoro.
Sightsavers’ Laurène Leclercq shares successes from an award-winning project in Cameroon and Senegal that’s supporting people with disabilities to participate in all aspects of political life.
On International Women’s Day, on 8 March, we’re calling for health care to be accessible and inclusive for women and girls.
How an evaluation tool to assess children’s development has been adapted for young children with disabilities in Kenya.