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Trust films nominated for Charity Film Award
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Trust films nominated for Charity Film Award

Two films which tell the stories of people behind the success of the Trust’s work to tackle avoidable blindness have been nominated for the Charity Film Awards.

Two films which tell the stories of people behind the success of the Trust’s work to tackle avoidable blindness have been nominated for the Charity Film Awards.

Nominations are open to the public vote and those with the most votes will go through to the next stage to be judged by a panel.

Our work across the Commonwealth would not be possible if it weren’t for the people on the ground – the many thousands of them – who work tirelessly with our shared mission to prevent people from needlessly going blind. These two films aim to shine a light on the remarkable individuals who despite challenges along the way, do not deter from their mission to bring positive improvements to their communities.

Click here to vote for Now She Can See, the story of Kotido, a school boy from Northern Uganda who is tackling trachoma in his community.

Click here to vote for Opening Eyes, which follows Musfeka, a woman from a remote community in Bangladesh, who against the odds is raising awareness of diabetes across the country and saving the sight of thousands.

Voting is open until midnight on 14 December 2018.