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The Silent Thief of Sight

2019-01-17
For the first time, Light for the World systematically tackles the eye disease glaucoma with a new multi-country programme.
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Yetnebersh Nigussie speaks at the World Economic Forum

2019-01-17
Yetnebersh Nigussie speaks about disability inclusion during the World Economic Forum from 22nd to 25th January.
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A communication gap

2019-01-14
Our research "Communication Matters!" shows which obstacles persons with disabilities face in accessing public information and services in Cambodia.
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Ophthalmologist to be

2019-01-09
Albert Kinda studies at an University Hospital in Ouagadougou and will become ophthalmologist soon
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11 reasons why 2018 was a great year for inclusion

2018-12-18
In 2018, we came 11 steps closer to our vision to create a world for all. Find out how.
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What inclusion really means

2018-12-07
Disability Inclusion Advisor Zina Olshanska writes of her experience at the Family Planning Conference in Rwanda, and the story of a particular woman.
The Winners: Her Abilities Award

The Winners of the Her Abilities Award 2018

2018-11-30
Find out about the winners of the Her Abilities Award, our initiative to honour women with disabilities.
Walakifina: mother and daughter

A view for a view

2018-11-23
Every person watching the video in this article enables a little child like Walakifina to recover their eyesight.
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30 years of Light for the world

2018-11-22
In the past 30 years we were able to transform millions of people’s lives. But, there is still a lot to be done.
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Burkina Faso: Implementing disability rights

2018-10-30
5 Things to Know About the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Burkina Faso

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