Including news from Liberia, where Sightsavers has reopened an eye clinic that has been closed for two years. Plus updates from Senegal, Malawi and more.
Including news from India, where women with disabilities took part in a running event to raise awareness of women’s health.
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.
In Nigeria, Sightsavers' Rebecca Mintrim joined celebrations for the one billionth NTD treatment.
A round-up from the field, including news from the CATCH programme in Uganda and Kenya, plus updates from India and Burkina Faso.
An eye health project in north-west Pakistan has increased the number of women accessing cataract surgery in the region.
In Zambia, Sightsavers’ Alistair Burnett learned first-hand how basic training courses for eye health workers can provide long-term benefits.
Sightsavers CEO Dr Caroline Harper visited Sierra Leone to see how health workers have coped since the Ebola virus.
Rose is 14 years old, and has been blind since she was a baby. We witness her reaction as she looks in the mirror and sees herself for the first time.
Sightsavers’ Julia Strong visits an eye health outreach project in Tanzania that’s making a huge difference to people in remote communities.