CBM co-workers

Susan Buergi (orthoptist) with children in Kibera Slum (Nairobi)
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Susan Buergi (orthoptist) with children in Kibera Slum (Nairobi)

CBM co-workers are experts in their field and work locally providing professional assistance to projects throughout the developing world.

Importance of co-workers

CBM does not implement but rather supports programmes that are run by local partner organisations. Today’s achievements of CBM as an international disability and development organisation could not have been accomplished without dedicated and qualified co-workers.

What co-workers do

CBM international co-workers work locally providing professional assistance to project staff and other specialists in the country, advising partner organisations and their projects and giving professional recommendations in accordance with CBM’s policies.  Priority is given to postings where it is possible to train national staff.

CBM co-worker Main Objectives in more detail

CBM co-workers serve as professional coaches for experts and voluntary personnel, both within the programme itself or nationwide. The trained specialists pass on their knowledge to further generations of healthcare, educational, or rehabilitation staff. This leads to a multiplying and long-lasting effect and thus contributes to the sustainability of CBM’s work.
  • Capacity building and the enablement of CBM’s partner organisations is enhanced by further training by CBM co-workers.
  • The quality of services is ensured in accordance with the latest developments in CBM's policies.
  • Adhering to the policies of CBM, all administrative / HR interventions ensure inclusive approach.
  • Recognizing and providing equal opportunities is ensured throughout recruitment, policy formulations and administration of activities.
CBM Regional Offices formulate regional strategy in consultation meetings involving Disabled Persons Organisations, persons with disabilities, Government departments as well as mainstream organisations and experts from development sector to ensure representation and inclusion of various stakeholders.
 
All Project Cycle Management training conducted by Regional Office ensure full accessibility of training materials, which are provided in Braille as well as soft copy. Regional Offices promote participation of persons with disabilities in Project Cycle Management training. One of the master trainers is a person with disability among pool of resources within region.


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