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

World Sight Day: Major Challenges Ahead

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

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

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

I am EmployAble

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

Who is Yetnebersh Nigussie?

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

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

'Towards Inclusion' Launched

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

Back to school

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

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

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