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Read about our latest work around the world, with news from Nigeria, Cameroon and Burkina Faso.
Sightsavers has welcomed news of an agreement signed by foreign and development ministers, and has called for commitments to be met to ensure girls with disabilities are able to receive an education.
A percentage of proceeds from the Eyescapes series, featuring an image of the supermodel's iris, will be donated to Sightsavers.
The Gambia has become the second country in sub-Saharan Africa to eliminate the potentially blinding disease, as confirmed by the World Health Organization.
Sightsavers directors Balla Musa and Phil Downs reflect on what this achievement means for The Gambia, and how other countries can learn from the experience.
Ghana has made significant strides towards addressing disability rights. But people with disabilities are not given equal opportunities to participate in electoral processes.
Sightsavers and other organisations recently came together to share practical tips around collecting data that includes everyone.
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.
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