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Photo: Ophthalmic outreach in Sofala province, Mozambique, September 2017. Credit: Light for the World

World Sight Day: Major Challenges Ahead

2017-10-11
On World Sight Day 2017, there is both good news and bad news
Photo: Phalla Neang was Cambodia's first Braille teacher. Today, she coordinates 145 inclusive classes. Credit: Kimlong Meng/Marjority World

Teachers Who Change The World: Phalla Neang

2017-10-05
Phalla Neang coordinates a programme of 145 inclusive classes in Cambodia
Photo: Light for the World's Senior Inclusion Advisor, Yetnebersh Nigussie, has been awarded the Right Livelihood Award 2017. Credit: Studio Casagrande

Right Livelihood Award for Yetnebersh Nigussie

2017-09-22
Our Ethiopian colleague receives prestigious award
Photo: Cover of our publication, 'I am Employable'

I am EmployAble

2017-09-21
Disability Inclusion Lab launches publication on Inclusive Vocational Training
Photo: Right Livelihood Laureate Yetnebersh Nigussie. Credit: Light for the World

Who is Yetnebersh Nigussie?

2017-09-21
A portrait of our colleague, the Right Livelihood Laureate
Photo: Young Africa offers technical and vocational education and training for both self-employment and employment

Effective Philanthropy - Why You Cannot Go It Alone

2017-09-12
Working with and through the right partners makes all the difference - by F. Carbonez
Photo: Cover of our publication, 'Towards Inclusion'

'Towards Inclusion' Launched

2017-09-07
New publication supports organisations in becoming more inclusive
Photo: Inclusive classroom run by Light for the World partner CEFISE, Burkina Faso

Back to school

2017-09-04
School remains a dream for 32 million children with disabilities in developing countries
Photo: Thérèse Kafando, General Director of CEFISE. Credit: Light for the World

A dream of empowering students with disabilities

2017-08-30
By Thérèse Kafando, General Director of Light for the World's partner CEFISE
Man works on building a house within the Sports for Peace programme

Sports for Peace in South Sudan

2017-08-18
How sports is changing the lives of refugees with disabilities and helping achieve peace at the same time

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