Our impact in 2019/20
During this year, we celebrated 25 years of supporting people with deafblindness to thrive. Here you can read about the life-changing impact of our work with our partners during our 25th year and how we stepped up to meet the challenge of Covid-19.
Some highlights have been a long time in the making. Take, for instance, our years of advocacy and research on Congenital Rubella Syndrome, which contributed to the Government of Uganda’s first ever vaccination campaign against rubella. It reached over 18 million children in October 2019. A major milestone.
We also hope you enjoy reading about our work to identify children with deafblindness like Sospeter, to support children like Isabela and Angel to learn in the environment that’s training for young people like Mwanaasha to play an active part in society and to enable people like Mădălina to get their voices heard.
As these stories show, with the right support, at the right time, people with deafblindness can live full and meaningful lives. Everything we do at Sense International is about making this happen. But we can only do so in partnership with others and with the remarkable support of people like you.
Thank you for helping to make a difference to so many people’s lives over the past year.
Previous annual reviews
Annual Review 2018/19 (PDF)
Annual Review 2017/2018 (PDF)
Annual Review 2016/2017 (PDF)
Annual Review 2015/2016 (PDF)
Annual Review 2014/2015 (PDF)
Annual Review 2013/2014 (PDF)
Annual Review 2008/2009 (PDF)
Annual Review 2007/2008 (PDF)
Annual Review 2006/2007 (PDF)
Annual Review 2005/2006 (PDF)
First published: Tuesday 20 January 2015
Last updated: Thursday 10 December 2020