Sightsavers project officer Eric Musa visits Marie, who has been blind since birth, to find out how she’s continued her education during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sightsavers staff provide a first-hand insight into the five ways we’re making sure children with disabilities aren’t left behind during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Sightsavers report on education for children with visual impairments in sub-Saharan Africa has been published as a background paper to the 2020 Global Education Monitoring Report.
Help your children to colour in the sheets and learn that all children, regardless of disability or gender, should be able to attend school.
This leaflet provides an overview of our education work which promotes inclusive, lifelong learning opportunities for all children, leaving no child behind.
The purpose of these guidelines is to provide direction to those planning and implementing vision screening programmes as a part of eye health initiatives within the education sector.
Sightsavers’ Ronnie Stapleton visited pre-schools across Malawi to train teachers how to include children with disabilities. She also learned a lot along the way.
Sightsavers won the award for its work supporting children with disabilities in Malawi.
A course designed for caregivers on the inclusion of young children with disabilities in community-based childhood care centres in Malawi.
Sightsavers ran a workshop in Dakar in December 2019 to promote gender mainstreaming in all its programmes.