In Pakistan, teachers have given insights into their experiences of vision screening in schools. Plus updates from Senegal, Mozambique and Nigeria.
In Mali, a Sightsavers project is ensuring children with disabilities are able to learn alongside their peers. Students, teachers and parents describe how the project has made a difference.
People in Nigeria with diseases affecting the skin have shared their photos as part of a research project into how these conditions can be better managed.
Discover how Sightsavers’ innovations are improving the lives of people with disabilities through the Inclusive Futures programme.
As The Gambia becomes the second country in sub-Saharan Africa to eliminate the disease, four people tell their stories about reaching this life-changing goal.
A campaign to protect school children from worm infections has been launched in Cameroon. Plus news from Burkina Faso, India and more.
As part of the Keep Sight project in Nigeria, eye surgeons are learning new ways to treat patients with glaucoma.
An inclusive work programme in Kenya has helped farmers with disabilities launch a lucrative business. Plus news from Pakistan, Mozambique, Malawi and more.
Across Tanzania, six newly qualified ophthalmic assistants are putting their skills to work supporting remote eye screening camps and testing sight in local hospitals.
On 30 January 2021, Sightsavers joined global celebrations to mark the fight against neglected tropical diseases.