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.
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.
This Mother's Day we wanted to share the story of two mothers, Aluna and Mayasa, from a remote community in Tanzania.
An update from Sightsavers’ India office, which has won several high-profile awards for its NGO work. Plus news from Nigeria, Côte d’Ivoire and Senegal.
Featuring news about a teacher from Nigeria who has been trained to check her students’ eyes. Plus updates from Mozambique, Uganda and more.
Sightsavers’ Tom Hodgson travelled to Zambia to see how eye surgeon Mr Ndalela is saving sight by diagnosing and treating people for trachoma.
News about a programme that has distributed more than 137,000 pairs of glasses across eight countries. Plus updates from Guinea, Côte d’Ivoire, Mozambique and more.
Sightsavers’ Caitlin Maslen travelled with an outreach team as they visited an isolated village to treat people with trachoma.
In October, celebrations took place in many of Sightsavers' programme countries to mark World Sight Day. Plus news from Kenya, Mozambique and more.
News from Zambia, where Sightsavers helped Felix to gain his ophthalmology diploma. Plus news from Guinea, Togo and more.