A new report suggests that Sightsavers’ leading neglected tropical disease (NTD) programmes could play an important role in mitigating the impact of COVID-19.
A pioneer in disease elimination and a groundbreaking project to make workplaces more inclusive have been recognised by the prestigious Bond awards.
Sightsavers experts have highlighted progress being made on river blindness in two media interviews.
A decade ago, Turkana had the highest prevalence of trachoma of any county. Now thanks to eye health workers like Elizabeth, the number of cases have been severely reduced.
Ekeno was experiencing terrible pain in her eyes until her neighbour Susan, a Sightsavers-trained community worker, was able to get her the help she needed.
Sightsavers is working towards the elimination of trachoma and river blindness in Burkina Faso, thanks to our partnership with L’Occitane Foundation.
Sightsavers’ new research uptake and learning advisors share their efforts to make sure our research makes a real difference to the lives of people across the world.
Astronights gives children a fun opportunity to learn more about Sightsavers and our work.
Our sight-saving work in rural Kenya was featured in BBC coverage for World NTD Day 2020.
The first World Neglected Tropical Diseases Day on 30 January 2020 kicked off a year of decisive action on NTDs.