The objective of the project was to ensure people with disabilities can participate equally in socio-economic activities and community life.
I’d like to draw attention to the rights of women during disasters.
Women and girls with disabilities belong to two vulnerable groups, so they potentially face double discrimination.
To mark the 60th Commission on the Status of Women at the United Nations, Sightsavers presents a series of blogs on gender and disability.
Findings of a synthesis report to collect knowledge, experience and learning from Sightsavers’ projects with an economic empowerment component.
A community-based participatory project, aiming equitably to involve community members, organisational representatives and external researchers.
This framework document clarifies what disability inclusion means for Sightsavers and sets out how we can achieve it.
A Sightsavers report identifying the causes of vulnerability to disasters for people with disabilities in Satkhira, Bangladesh.
The achievements from the first four years of the “Strengthening Sightsavers reach and impact in West Africa” 2012-2015 programme supported by Irish Aid.
A Sightsavers project identifying a number of barriers that can prevent people from engaging with providing and collecting data on disability.