Government leaders, health workers, volunteers and international aid workers have gathered in Ghana’s capital, Accra, to mark the achievement.
A picture taken by photographer Peter Nicholls has been awarded first prize by the International Trachoma Initiative (ITI).
At the summit, there were more than 300 signatories to the UK government's Charter for Change, and more than 170 other specific commitments made.
The funding, which was announced by UK Secretary of State Penny Mordaunt, aims to address disability inclusion in developing countries.
The Secretary of State for International Development, Penny Mordaunt, joined MPs and peers to mark the upcoming Global Disability Summit.
The charter aims to make the collection of global development data more disability-inclusive.
The discussions in Kampala focused on how Uganda can achieve the aim of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals: to leave no one behind.
The charter aims to make sure people with disabilities are included in the country’s social and economic development.
The workshop aimed to make sure people with disabilities are included in global development plans, ahead of the first Global Disability Summit in July.