Royal Commonwealth Society for the Blind“
Seventy five per cent of blindness in the world is either avoidable or treatable. Sightsavers works with partners in developing countries to eliminate avoidable blindness and promote equality of opportunity for disabled people. Our work alleviates poverty among poor and marginalised communities and thus helps to realise the internationally accepted Millenium Development Goals.
Latest income: £312,765,000 (December 2018)
Income and spending over time:
Financial data is adjusted to 2019 prices using the consumer price inflation (CPIH) measure published by the Office for National Statistics.
Where this organisation works
Royal Commonwealth Society for the Blind works in 31 countries
placeRegistered office: E12000008
IATI activity data
- The Gambia - 4 activities recorded in IATI
- Bangladesh - 3
- Ethiopia - 2
- Ghana - 2
- Burkina Faso - 1
- Benin - 1
- Democratic Republic of the Congo - 1
- Cameroon - 1
- Egypt - 1
- Guinea - 1
IATI is a global initiative to improve the transparency of development and humanitarian resources and their results to address poverty and crises. The data presented here is sourced from OIPA, and shows the total number of activities published to IATI that this charity is listed as a participant in.