This document outlines Sightsavers’ strategic direction in education. It sets out our goals, objectives, and the system-strengthening approach that will enable us to achieve them.
This new refractive error strategy, building on achievements to date, aims to accelerate access to, and use of, equitable and inclusive refractive services.
Learn how we will contribute to the inclusion and empowerment of people with disabilities through our programmatic, research and influencing work.
This is our second Sightsavers neglected tropical diseases (NTD) strategy. The first set ambitious themes for Sightsavers, and this strategy builds on those original themes.
Learn about Sightsavers’ plans to expand coverage of essential eye health services to ensure they are sustainable, resilient, and accessible and affordable to all.
The Ghana Federation of Disability Organisations (GFD) deployed observers to collect data for evidence-based advocacy for full inclusion of people with disabilities in the electoral process.
With the COVID-19 pandemic showing no signs of abating, resuming neglected tropical disease activities, particularly mass drug administration, is vital in achieving WHO Roadmap targets.
The paper aims to bring the voices of women with disabilities to the fore. It details how supporting women with disabilities to know their rights has helped them to stand up for themselves, gain independence and support others.
To ensure every child has access to quality education, this policy briefing recommends all stakeholders work together to reform education systems.
In the immediate- and long-term response, it is vital that all development partners take steps to strengthen health systems that are disability-inclusive.