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2020-03-31After four amazing and successful years at Light for the World, Yeti takes on a new challenge. Here is a review, but above all a view into the future.
2020-03-27The coronavirus has reached Africa. The next few weeks are crucial to tens of thousands of lives.
2020-03-19Our motto at LIGHT FOR THE WORLD and in this crisis: Protect the most vulnerable! We are committed to protecting those who are most at risk as the virus spreads rapidly in our part of the world and threatens countries in Africa where we work.
2020-03-16Too little medical care, a lack of information and few opportunities to wash hands are the biggest challenges many African countries face during the current COVID 19 (Coronavirus) crisis.
2020-03-10Today the World Economic Forum’s Forum of Young Global Leaders announced their class of 2020 includes Light for the World’s Director of Advocacy and Rights Yetnebersh Nigussie.
2020-03-09Light for the World joins people around the world in celebrating International Women’s Day.
2020-01-31Light for the World and Zero Project will host the celebratory closing evening event of this years’s Zero project Conference.
2020-01-27During European Disability and Development Week 2019, Light for the World and the European Disability Forum (EDF) organised a roundtable on the importance of investing in disability inclusive education and early childhood development (ECD). The reflection that led us to this topic was two-fold.
2020-01-22Light for the World is delighted to welcome Dr. Geoffrey Wabulembo as our new Medical Director for Eye Health and NTDs!
2019-12-192019 was a challenging year for human rights, civil society and development cooperation that saw record numbers of people moving in search of safety and protection in many of our partner countries. Nonetheless, we were able to increase our impact.