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Including news from Senegal, where teachers are being taught braille.
It has become the latest country to ratify the Marrakesh Treaty, which allows exceptions to standard copyright laws so books can be reproduced in braille and other accessible formats.
The video, introduced by newsreader Natasha Kaplinsky, includes a segment on Sightsavers' work to tackle schistosomiasis in Guinea-Bissau.
The Ascend programme, which Sightsavers is leading, aims to tackle six of the world’s worst diseases in 25 countries.
How our research, which involves testing mosquitoes for signs of the disease, can ensure treatment is directed where it’s needed most.
To mark World Water Week, Sightsavers technical director Geordie Woods explains how water is vital to prevent disease and save sight.
At the heart of universal health care is equity, and a key question any country must ask when making roadmaps for UHC is who to include first.
In Zambia, Sightsavers’ Corinna May met nine?year-old Lovemore and saw his amazing transformation following cataract surgery.
A round-up of the latest work that your donations help to support, including news from Mozambique, Pakistan, Nigeria and India.
For more than 20 years, medication has been distributed in Cameroon to stop the spread of river blindness. Yet people are still testing positive for the disease. We wanted to know why.
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