The goal of the project was to eliminate avoidable blindness from Bangladesh by 2020.
The programme has succeeded in meeting output targets set for the region and provided access to eye health services to at least 60% of the population.
This project was implemented in Senegal, Guinea Bissau and the Gambia, and aimed to establish good-quality, accessible and affordable eye care services.
Sightsavers’ Pakistan Country Office developed a five-year project on child eye health in slum areas of Karachi, Rawalpindi, Lahore, Multan and Faisalabad.
The Kenya Eye Programme 2009-2013 was part of an eye health programme that began in the 1990s to introduce eye health services throughout Kenya.
A pilot project bringing the perspectives of those who live in poverty or who are highly marginalised into post-2015 policymaking.
A Sightsavers development agenda to ensure the full and equal participation of people with disabilities in the post 2015 framework.
In this policy brief, Sightsavers outlines an integrated approach to tackling neglected tropical diseases, including the Global Trachoma Mapping Project.
Evaluation of the Innovation Fund, part of the Sightsavers Programme Partnership Arrangement with the UK’s Department for International Development.
A report outlining how challenges of trachoma, access to water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and poverty are mutually reinforcing.