Kazol is a young woman living in a village in a flood-prone area of Bangladesh, who was paralysed after an accident severed her spinal cord. Here she tells about her role on the Disaster Preparedness Committee, making sure people with disability are not forgotten when disaster strikes.
CBM response to the 2011 Horn of Africa food crisis - Inclusion of persons with disabilities, working with partners and mainstream organisations, and providing immediate relief plus mid to long term solutions.
This video explains the cycle of poverty and disability and shows ways to end the cycle. Featuring Sam Cawthorn, Stella Young, Paralympians Liesl Tesch, Dylan Alcott and Grant "Scooter Patterson", Australia's Disability Discrimination Commissioner Graeme Innes, Dale Sheppard, Elena Down and Stevie Wills.
First of a series of videos from from New Zealand Civil Defence explaining what to do in the event of a natural disaster
Erwin Telemans - CBM co-worker - thanks CBM donors and shows how much good their donations do at CBM partner organisation CCBRT in Tanzania.
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A short video showing CBM's work to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities in developing countries, with a focus on blindness
CBM working with other organisations in times of emergency response to greatly increase the scope of assistance to people with disabilities
Inclusive emergency response - CBM and partners bringing not only immediate relief but also mid to long term solutions
CBM's vision being put into practice during emergency relief activities
Finger Braille - an example of tactile communication with persons with deafblindness
Parents and children, teachers and government officials describe their positive experiences with the All About Children Project in Tajikistan. Watch the children playfully expanding their world and preparing for inclusion into local mainstream kindergartens or primary schools.
Millions of people around the world live with depression, which, at its worst, can be a frightening, debilitating condition. Many of these individuals and their families are afraid to talk about their struggles, and don't know where to turn for help.
A short video highlighting the importance of teaching sign language to everybody. This will facilitate communication between the deaf and hearing communities, so reducing isolation of deaf people.
Wadud tells of the barriers faced in his life as a deaf man in Bangladesh, and he also has several dreams. His group, the Saidpur Deaf Club, fight for the rights of deaf people and want to improve the education of deaf children.
Sieng Sok Chann from Cambodia is a 29 year old woman with a spinal cord injury, a wheelchair-user, a mother, the leader of a women's group and a beautiful person. This is her story, in her own words.
Description of how Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) affect communities and how CBM and partners are combating them in Burundi
As a food crisis looms in Niger, Oumou Moussa helps feed her community with the produce from a garden that she started with the help of CBM
Faustina works for KAZI in Moshi, Tanzania. She is a wheelchair user, and here she explains what disability means to her.
CBM in Meru North District, Kenya, during a food distribution with partner organisation 'SPARK', 1st September 2011 - Part 1
CBM in Meru North District, Kenya, during a food distribution with partner organisation 'SPARK', 1st September 2011 - Part 2
CBM in Meru North District, Kenya, during a food distribution with partner organisation 'SPARK', 1st September 2011 - Part 3
A video showing CBM's work in Sierra Leone, through partner organisation Kissy Eye Hospital and ophthalmologist Dr. John Buchan.
Children at CorSU - a CBM partner hospital in Uganda - share their Easter drawings
Valérie Scherrer - Senior Manager, CBM Emergency Response Unit - talking about her work
Video showing work of CBM and partners' response to the 2010 Haiti earthquake
Since July CBM has been training local staff within Hopital Adventiste d'Haiti as Rehabilitation Technicians
One Billion Rising Bangkok with Thai Women Network
CBM supporting special needs education in Haiti by working with local organisations such as Pazapa
The 10 millionth CBM-supported cataract operation worldwide, carried out on Joyca Kayaa in Tanzania
In November 2010, CBM were involved in talks with Yemeni officials promoting the work of CBM in the country and gaining assurances of support in the future
Dr Norval Christy was a pioneering ophthalmologist who spent a lifetime restoring sight in Pakistan and China
A mock flood drill in Bangladesh organised by CBM partners with CBM support in Gaibanda, Bangladesh