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Damaged homes by cyclone in flooded waters.

Cyclone Idai: People with disabilities are especially vulnerable

2019-03-15
On March 14th, 2019, cyclone Idai hit Mozambique. We are committed to supporting our local community partners to help people affected by the cyclone.
Fatima Kyari

“Most people don’t know they have glaucoma”

2019-03-12
Glaucoma specialist Fatima Kyari about why awareness for the eye disease is so important
Her Abilities Winners

Dance without barriers

2019-02-06
Light for the World, Lillis Ballroom and Zero Project invite to a very special evening side event alongside the international Zero Project Conference 2019 in Vienna.
Yetnebersh Nigussie speaking at WEF

My 7 talking points from the World Economic Forum

2019-02-05
Yetnebersh Nigussie reflects on what you need to know about the Davos world leader’s gathering if you want to drive disability inclusion forward.
Woman kisses woman with eye batch

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.
Portrait Yetnebersh Nigussie smiling

World Economic Forum: Yetnebersh Nigussie promotes Disability Inclusion

2019-01-17
Yetnebersh Nigussie speaks about disability inclusion during the World Economic Forum from 22nd to 25th January.
A man interviewing a woman, who is smiling

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.
Portrait DR. Kinda

Ophthalmologist to be

2019-01-09
Albert Kinda studies at an University Hospital in Ouagadougou and will become ophthalmologist soon
children clapping hands in sign language

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.
Girl in school laughing

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.

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