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A visually impaired girl studies with her classmates in Sierra Leone.

Stratégie d’education de Sightsavers 2013-2018

A report in French outlining the strategy for inclusive education by Sightsavers from 2013 to 2018.

A visually impaired girl attends school.

Education strategy 2013-2018

These documents outline Sightsavers’ strategic directions in education for 2013-2018, identifying the goal of the work and relevant fields of activity.

A slum area of Bhopal, India.

Ensuring universal access to eye health in Bhopal

A document detailing Sightsavers' pilot approach aimed at developing an Inclusive Eye Health (IEH) model and IEH Minimum Standards in Bhopal, India.

An eye health clinic in Bhopal, India.

Universal design and inclusive eye health: a pilot initiative in Bhopal

An Inclusive Eye Health initiative in Bhopal involving a tertiary eye hospital and six primary vision centres located within urban informal settlements.

A Cambodian child tries on new glasses at school.

Inclusion made easy in eye health programs

How to make eye care services accessible and inclusive for people with disabilities, and assist people with permanent vision loss.

A Ugandan girl hugs her brother after a successful cataract operation.

Put us in the Picture: the global change we seek

A Sightsavers document outlining the goals and ambitions of the Put Us In The Picture campaign, such as working with the UK government.

A mobile phone being used to collect data.

Research strategy 2014-2019

A strategy for strengthening the role of research evidence and advocacy as well as the role of Sightsavers in the global research agenda.

In Ghana, children play football.

The Inclusion Champions’ Handbook

A handbook to help inclusion champions understand their job, including information, ideas and materials to help them carry out their role.

A child is guided by his mother after a cataract operation.

Assisting visually impaired children: A French language guide

A French language guide to assisting visually impaired children through a number of everyday situations.

A visually impaired child climbs stairs helped by his mother and father.

Assisting children who are visually impaired: a guide in English and French

A poster guide to assisting visually impaired children through a number of everyday activities including walking, sitting, and negotiating steps and stairs.

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