Featuring a renovated and reopened eye clinic in Liberia. Plus updates from Senegal and Malawi.
Sightsavers and five other organisations have issued an open letter that aims to put pressure on Commonwealth governments, ahead of next week's Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in London.
A call for better gender representation and geographical spread in the United Nations disability committee has seen 15 women from six continents put forward for election in 2018.
During her talk in Vancouver on 11 April, Caroline Harper urged philanthropists to support the newly launched Audacious Project, which could help to eliminate the disease.
Sightsavers CEO Caroline Harper says we could be just years away from one of the greatest achievements in human health: ridding the world of trachoma.
It's 100 days until the world’s first global disability summit, hosted by the UK government’s Department for International Development.
World champion judoka Ben Quilter is running the London Marathon in 2018 to promote Sightsavers. Here, the Paralympic bronze medallist shares some essential training tips.
Including news from Liberia, where Sightsavers has reopened an eye clinic that has been closed for two years. Plus updates from Senegal, Malawi and more.
Including news from India, where women with disabilities took part in a running event to raise awareness of women’s health.
During a recent trip to Bangladesh, we filmed a time-lapse video of a Sightsavers cataract operation taking place at Khulna BNSB hospital.
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