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There are an estimated 2 million children in low income countries with severe or moderate physical disability. Many of these children have preventable or treatable conditions but due to a lack of facilities and trained staff and various barriers in society, they are unable to access the services they require.
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Real life stories

Sight maintained, dreams restored

Neha, a 12 year old Indian girl affected by glaucoma, talks about her journey this World Glaucoma Week


World Glaucoma Week 2015

For World Glaucoma Week, we speak with our colleague Dr.Heiko Philippin, an ophthalmologist working in Tanzania.


Launch of Trachoma Initiative to eliminate trachoma

CBM and partners commit to eradicating blinding trachoma in Malawi by 2019.


Life Story of Tam Hoang

Tam lost his vision at a young age, but he continued to study and gained more confidence at CBM supported Inclusive Education Programme


Rwandan eye clinic

A day in the life of CBM co-worker Dr. Piet Noë, who is based in Kabgayi, Rwanda. Dr. Noë is one of only 10 eye doctors in the country.



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