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In Nigeria, a lymphatic filariasis patient plans his wedding. Plus news from Senegal, Zambia and India.
Sightsavers has been shortlisted for a Charity Film Award for our ‘What we do’ film.
The legislation, approved on 10 January, will make it illegal to discriminate or exclude people on the basis of disability.
It's been another groundbreaking year for Sightsavers. Find out what we’ve been up to, from launching new programmes and hosting high-profile exhibitions to meeting the Queen.
Sightsavers ran a workshop in Dakar in December 2019 to promote gender mainstreaming in all its programmes.
We end 2019 on a tide of political momentum and optimism that health for all is achievable. In 2020, this must be translated into action in national contexts.
Sightsavers CEO Dr Caroline Harper thanks all the philanthropists who have made the decision to support our work, helping us to fulfil our mission.
In Nigeria, a lymphatic filariasis patient is planning to marry his partner after receiving treatment to stop his pain. Plus news from Senegal, Zambia and India.
In Nigeria, an eye health volunteer has been rewarded for helping to prevent river blindness for more than 20 years. Plus news from Zimbabwe, Ghana and Mali.
Geordie Woods explains how the Super School of Five trachoma prevention programme is protecting school children from this devastating disease.
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