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Mafoune with her school friends.

Inclusive teaching and learning for children with visual impairments

This guide identifies ways in which children with visual impairments (children who are blind and children with low vision) can be included in mainstream schools in sub-Saharan Africa.

A group of representatives from disabled people's organisations hold up signs saying 'Make it count'.

Disability inclusion in international development programmes

Sightsavers works with partners in over 30 countries to eliminate avoidable blindness and support the empowerment of people with disabilities.

A girl having her eye sight tested.

Sierra Leone Eye Care Programme

More than 90 per cent of all blindness in Sierra Leone is also avoidable, significantly higher than the global average. This project aims to help reduce avoidable blindness and vision impairment.

Young school pupils run in the playground, while smiling happily.

Inclusive education for children with disabilities: teacher training pack

The purpose of this training pack is to develop the capacity of teachers to make their schools and classrooms more inclusive for children with disabilities.

Two drug distributors, a male and a female, in Burkina Faso.

UK gender pay gap reporting

Find information about the difference in pay between our female and male staff.

Women in bright clothing que outside of a building.

Annual inclusion report 2017

The purpose of this annual report is to share learning, highlight our work on inclusion and stimulate and challenge both ourselves and our partners.

Afsath, 10, visually impaired, sits with her friend on the school steps in India.

Policy recommendations for inclusive education: advocacy pack

Sightsavers international makes policy recommendations to help achieve the goal of inclusive education, focusing on education as a basic human right.

Ivan, a Ugandan child, wears his new spectacles.

Recycling used spectacles: Sightsavers’ policy

A position paper from Sightsavers explaining why they do not take part in the recycling of used spectacles, including lack of cost-effectiveness.

A man undergoes an eye examination in Cambodia.

Eye health strategy 2013-2018

This strategy is guided by Sightsavers’ Strategic Framework 2012-2018 and draws on the organisation’s range of technical, research and policy expertise.

In Sierra Leone a man reads a braille book.

Making the connections: strategic framework 2012-2018

Sightsavers plans to work with partners in developing countries to eliminate avoidable blindness and promote equality of opportunity for disabled people.

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