The weekly programme, called ‘Shopno Dekhe Chokh’ (‘Eyes See the Dream’), tells the stories of people whose vision has been restored in Bangladesh.
A group of Sightsavers staff travelled to Makeni Hospital in Sierra Leone to meet the amazing eye care workers your donations are helping to support.
The family were in a unique position: eight out of nine had cataracts, and the children were struggling to get an education.
An eye health project in north-west Pakistan has increased the number of women accessing cataract surgery in the region.
The Cameroon Cataract Development Impact Loan will provide up to 18,000 cataract operations in the country over the next five years.
In Zambia, Sightsavers’ Alistair Burnett learned first-hand how basic training courses for eye health workers can provide long-term benefits.
Andrea Pregel shares his experiences of planning Sightsavers’ new initiative in Nampula, which will provide free eye care to thousands of people.
Three-year-old Nadir had cataracts in both eyes since birth, which severely affected his vision. But an operation restored his sight and changed his life.
Zamurrad’s life ground to a halt when she developed cataracts, but a straightforward operation gave her back her independence.
A position paper from Sightsavers explaining why they do not take part in the recycling of used spectacles, including lack of cost-effectiveness.