Sightsavers believes that people with disabilities can lift their families out of poverty if they are given the opportunities to be financially independent.
Representatives from the EU, the UK and Netherlands embassies in Senegal visited a school to learn how Sightsavers is working towards inclusive education.
Properly understood, reliable data is central to delivering equitable development.
Sightsavers has boosted the profile of its Inclusive Eye Health initiative being piloted in the Indian city of Bhopal.
Art students in Bhopal painted striking murals along the wall of a hospital to mark International Day of Persons with Disabilities.
Sightsavers has welcomed the commitments made by the UK government in two major reviews setting out its priorities for international development.
Sightsavers’ economic empowerment project that trains young people with disabilities in Uganda has received funding to expand over the next four years.
Ambrose Murangira is Executive Director of the Ugandan National Association of the Deaf and a passionate disability activist.