Sightsavers ambassador appears on Sky News

September 2015

Kelly Gallagher

Paralympic gold medal winner and Sightsavers supporter Kelly Gallagher appeared on Sky News’s Sunrise programme this morning, promoting our work in Senegal and talking about the importance of education for children with visual impairments.

Kelly was speaking to presenters Eamonn Holmes and Sarah-Jane Mee about her visit to Senegal earlier this year to see Sightsavers-supported projects aimed at equipping mainstream schools to take in visually impaired students.

Missed it? Watch online (skip to 1:23:10 to see Kelly).

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