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Read about what our country staff around the world are doing as more projects begin to restart.
Global efforts to tackle neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) saw over 35 million treatments given out in 2020 despite the challenges of COVID-19.
Sightsavers and its partners are holding a special event on 28 January, to share what we've learned about producing data that includes everyone.
Three Sightsavers nominees from Tanzania have received recognition in the 2020 IAPB Vision Excellence awards.
Biruck Kebede, who leads Sightsavers’ NTD work in Ethiopia, explains how data can help to eliminate diseases such as trachoma.
An important election is taking place later in November that will have huge implications for the rights of people with disabilities across the world.
It is important to ensure gender balance and equity to ensure that women have the right to a voice.
The most effective way to tackle health issues is to put affected communities in the driving seat – COVID-19 is no different.
In Sierra Leone, children with disabilities are often considered not worth educating. We've worked with schools to make sure these children are not left behind.
As part of Sightsavers' inclusive education project, which supports children with visual impairments across Mali, we’ve worked with linguistic expert Dr Issiaka Ballo to translate braille into the local language for the first time.
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