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Childhood Disability and Malnutrition in Kenya

On the World Food Day 2014, CBM presents a research study called “Childhood Disability and Malnutrition in Turkana/Kenya” read more

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Cyclone Hudhud - CBM in contact with partners

CBM has made contact with all partners in the path of Cyclone Hudhud, ensuring that people with disabilities are not forgotten read more

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International Day for Disaster Reduction 2014

International Day for Disaster Reduction (IDDR) is celebrated this year on 13 October, and the theme focuses on older people read more

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World Mental Health Day 2014

World Mental Health Day is observed on 10 October every year to raise awareness of mental health issues and to advocate for support of mental health care. read more

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World Sight Day 2014

CBM celebrates World Sight Day on October 9th, focussing on visual impairments and calling for action for the prevention of avoidable blindness. read more

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Celebrating Human Diversity with Deaf Link Uganda

Our partner Deaf Link Uganda celebrated International Deaf Awareness Week 2014 with many interesting events and activities read more

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MDG online resource

Resources to understand and advocate for disability-inclusive MDGs, now and for the future

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Post-2015 Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR)

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CBM Canada and the University of Toronto are developing a new approach to making prosthetics, using 3D printing making prosthetics will be cheaper, faster and more convenient


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