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Launch event at the European Parliament

CBM is organising an event in the European Parliament in Brussels on 9th December at 2pm. read more

Julian Eaton talks about Mental Health

This month’s CBM IAA Newsletter focuses on mental health. read more

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A call to action to the development community

Aleisha Carroll, CBM Australia discusses why it is important to include people with psychosocial disability in development. read more

WHO MiNDbank and QualityRights

Natalie Drew from the WHO outlines the progress made a year after MiNDbank was launched and explains the WHO QualityRights Project. read more

Mental Health Coalition, Sierra Leone

Transforming Sierra Leone’s Mental Health services

Dr Carmen Valle discusses the progress made in Sierra Leone for people with psychosocial disabilities and the current threat of Ebola . read more

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Working to Eliminate Blinding Trachoma in Uganda

On 18 November 2014, CBM joined partners at the Launch of the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust’s Trachoma Initiative in Uganda read more

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World DRR conference to be disability-inclusive

CBM welcomes news that the 3rd UN World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction will be inclusive of persons with disabilities read more

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Typhoon Haiyan - One year later

One year after Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, CBM and partners continue to work to ensure disability inclusion at all levels of response 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)

How to advocate for active inclusion of people with disabilities

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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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