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Put Us in the Picture calls for people with disabilities to have the same opportunities in life as everyone else: to go to school, find a job and participate fully in society.

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Join the fight for disability rights!

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There are one billion people around the world who have a disability.

Of these one billion people, 800 million live in developing countries where they have limited access to health care, education and employment. They often face stigma and discrimination, and many are denied the right to vote and participate fully in their communities.

Watch the video below to find out why Put Us in the Picture is campaigning to change this:

Fighting for a fairer world

Put Us in the Picture calls on the international community to make sure the world tackles global poverty in a way that doesn’t leave people with disabilities behind, but ensures they’re included every step of the way, at every level of decision-making.

With your support, a fairer world is within our reach.



The difference inclusion makes

Jaharana prepares a meal.
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Jahanara’s story

Jahanara was born blind, and for 27 years she rarely left the house. But Sightsavers helped her find her voice, and she now campaigns for disability rights.

A woman smiling as she pays attention in a class environment.
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Jane’s story

“If the chance is given to me to acquire skills, and if I am able to earn some money, my life can improve – I can look after myself.”

A man sitting in a darkened room with his back to the camera.
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Nicholas’s story

“Before I heard about the Sightsavers programme I felt unhappy, like I wouldn’t have a good future. My heart has so many things to think about.”

A man sitting at a knitting machine, smiling.
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Albert’s story

We met Albert on his first day of training with Sightsavers’ economic empowerment programme. “When I start getting my own money, my life will change.”

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Satata Enterprises

This thriving business, in Bangladesh’s Narsingdi district, is challenging perceptions about disability: its three female owners are all visually impaired.

A group of visually impaired girls wearing Sightsavers tracksuits, laughing.
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The women giving prejudice and intimidation a kicking

A group of women in India are taking part in an innovative project aimed at empowering young women with disabilities by teaching them judo.

Sylvia smiling and talking on a mobile phone outside.
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Sylvia’s story

When Sylvia was 20, she lost her sight and access to her children. But vocational training enabled her to start working, make friends and support herself.

Monica Friday photographed in her classroom on the first day of her plumbing course at the Nile Vocational Training Institute in Hoima, Uganda. She is dressed in blue overalls and holding a wrench.
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Monica’s story

Monica is smashing stereotypes about women and people with disabilities: through a social inclusion project in Uganda she is training to become a plumber.

Grace cooking, using her new catering skills.
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Grace’s story

Grace from Uganda has suffered terrible discrimination because she’s deaf. But thanks to an apprenticeship course, she will soon be able to support her son.

What is Put Us in the Picture?

Learn more about the campaign
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The story so far

From a petition with 20,000 signatures being delivered to Downing Street to the inclusion of people with disabilities in the worldwide Global Goals, we've seen great progress since the campaign was launched – and it's campaigners like you who make it happen.

What we’ve achieved

You can make a difference