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Sightsavers named as charity of the month by carers’ website

November 2014

Benedicta Afia Dadebia aged 18 months pictured before her catarct operation with her mother Patience Adjo Akakpo

Sightsavers has been announced as’s charity of the month for November.

The website was set up by Alex Ingram and Deborah Stone. They developed the website, aimed at helping people to help their elderly parents, friends and relatives, after they began to look after their own parents.

The site is packed full of information, to help people caring for elderly to find the answers to all the questions they might have.

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