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Two women hold up their index fingers after voting in the 2019 Indian general election.
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May updates: highlights from around the world

News from India, where Sightsavers campaigned to help people with disabilities take part in the recent general election. Plus updates from Mali, Bangladesh and Nigeria.

School children in Kenya sing songs outside in the sunshine.
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Meeting Kenya’s health heroes

Sightsavers’ Julie Jenner meets the teachers and students who are fighting disease and preventing blindness by teaching children about good hygiene.

Aluna, Mayasa and Bibi in front of their mud house
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For US - Forgotten moms

This Mother's Day we wanted to share the story of two mothers, Aluna and Mayasa, from a remote community in Tanzania.

A child in Cote d'Ivoire has their eyes checked for signs of trachoma.
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April updates: highlights from around the world

A round-up of the latest work that your donations help to support, including news from Pakistan, Liberia and Cote d’Ivoire.

A group of musicians play guitar on stage, with Sightsavers banners in the background.
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March updates: highlights from around the world

News about Sightsavers' fundraising gala in Dubai, plus updates from Sierra Leone, Zambia and Mozambique.

A sightsavers 4x4 crosses a rickety bridge over a river in River Sess County, Liberia.
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Liberia five years on: saving sight in the aftermath of Ebola

Lincoln Gankpala, from the Liberian Ministry of Health, shares his experience of treating river blindness before, during and after the devastating Ebola outbreak that claimed thousands of lives.

An eye health team on motorbikes travel across a dusty remote landscape dotted with trees and huts.
Sightsavers from the field

Reaching Ruangwa: an epic journey to help save sight

Sightsavers’ Jo Howard travels across rural Tanzania with an eye health team to see how far they must go to treat trachoma in the most remote communities.

Aluna, Mayasa and Bibi in front of their mud house
Sightsavers from the field

Forgotten mums

This Mother's Day we wanted to share the story of two mothers, Aluna and Mayasa, from a remote community in Tanzania.

A volunteer in Cote d'Ivoire learns how to spot trachoma by examining a child's eyes.
Sightsavers from the field

February updates: highlights from around the world

An update from Sightsavers’ India office, which has won several high-profile awards for its NGO work. Plus news from Nigeria, Cote d’Ivoire and Senegal.

Carlitos smiles after receiving his new glasses.
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January updates: highlights from around the world

Featuring news about a teacher from Nigeria who has been trained to check her students’ eyes. Plus updates from Mozambique, Uganda and more.

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