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It’s been a privilege to lead our policy-influencing work on NTDs and health with the UK government and the World Health Organization.
Helen, Policy Advisor
Design can shape people’s perceptions, attitudes and actions. It’s amazing to be involved in projects across the world. Plus, my team buys nice biscuits.
Matt, Digital Designer
In my role, I work closely with colleagues across the globe. Together, we make sure all Sightsavers’ projects run smoothly.
Gillian, Grants Finance Officer
Sightsavers values programmatic and data quality, so I have the opportunity to work on innovative tools and processes to support our projects.
James, Quality Assurance Officer
Our programme managers are often from a scientific or medical background. They are key to making our funds go as far as possible towards changing people’s lives and restoring sight in some of the poorest parts of the world.
Our communications and design team ensures Sightsavers' work is seen, heard and remembered. The team works on everything from organising celebrity auctions and events to coordinating press trips to Malawi.
We work in more than 35 countries around the world, which means we have a lot of logistics to organise. It takes careful planning to ensure medication, vehicles and equipment reach the right places at the right time.
Our policy and advocacy team aims to ensure the voices of people with disabilities are heard, both nationally and globally. This is achieved through direct relationships with policymakers and by mobilising the public.
Our fundraising and award-winning supporter care teams engage with members of the public to ensure our frontline staff are able to do their work and change people's lives for the better.
Sightsavers was recently awarded Independent Research Organisation (IRO) status, making us eligible to apply for grants funded by UK research councils. This achievement recognises the pioneering work of our research team.