Media centre

For information, interviews, quality photographs, broadcast footage, case studies or statistics, contact our media team:
[email protected]
+44 (0)1444 446 637

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General enquiries

The press office is only able to deal with enquiries from the media. If you have a non-media enquiry, please contact the general switchboard on +44 (0)1444 446 600.


Maria Fsadni
Senior Media and PR Officer
+44 (0)1444 446 677
[email protected]

Celebrity and consumer

Julie Jenner
Senior Media and Ambassador Liaison Officer
+44 (0)1444 446 690
[email protected]

Neglected tropical diseases

Katya Mira
Senior Press and PR Officer
+44 1444 446 739
[email protected]

Urgent enquiries

For enquiries outside normal office hours,
call +44 (0)7775 928253.

Gabriel, a community-directed distributor in Nigeria, distributes medication to combat neglected tropical diseases.

Keep up to date

Gabriel, a community-directed distributor in Nigeria, distributes medication to combat neglected tropical diseases.
You can also follow the media team’s Twitter profile @SightsaversNews for the latest news announcements, coverage and highlights of our work.

Our celebrity supporters

Sightsavers is proud to have the support of a number of celebrities who give their time to help us promote our life-changing work.
Meet our celebrity supporters

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Industry recognition

We’re honoured to be recognised for our work fighting blindness, and were recently awarded Independent Research Organisation status.
What this means for us

Sightsavers' Izidine Hassane, alongside Massimo Maggio and Babar Qureshi of CBM.

Awards and honours

Among our recent accolades, we received the prestigious António Champalimaud Vision Award for our work in developing countries.
Read more about the award

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News and press releases

Trachoma patient Amadu Asama from Ghana is surrounded by her grandchildren following her successful operation.

BBC invites Sightsavers to discuss trachoma elimination

Sightsavers Director of Neglected Tropical Diseases Simon Bush was invited onto the radio programme to talk about whether the end is in sight for trachoma.

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Sightsavers featured in Financial Times

Leading international newspaper the Financial Times has included Sightsavers’ work in an article about what is known as ‘effective altruism’.

A group of blind and visually impaired women from Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh districts in India practise their judo.

Stylist magazine celebrates Sightsavers’ blind judo groups

The UK magazine has celebrated the ‘fighting spirit’ of visually impaired women who are learning self-defence through a Sightsavers programme in India.