In three years, Sightsavers, with Crown Agents, will deliver 112m treatments  in Northern Nigeria © Crown Agents
In three years, Sightsavers, with Crown Agents, will deliver 112m treatments in Northern Nigeria © Crown Agents

Go in, set up and get out – treating the treatable

28 March 2017

Teaching supply chain excellence is helping to eradicate ‘neglected’ tropical diseases.

River blindness spreads by blackfly infecting humans with parasitic worms. It is entirely treatable, yet it remains a major cause of blindness.

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