1. CBM Inclusive Eye Health Report 2023: CBM Funded Tech is Making Eye Care Accessible for All

    The CBM Inclusive Eye Health Annual Report 2023 highlights CBM's innovative approaches such as the use of Peek Vision technology in Pakistan and Kenya to reach underserved communities and the training of local health workers to expand sustainable eye health services.

  2. CBM's CBID Report 2023: Building Inclusive Communities from the Ground Up

    Community Based Inclusive Development (CBID) is a way of working that ensures persons with disabilities are respected and included in their communities on an equal basis, in all aspects of life. CBM's CBID work focuses specifically on disaster risk reduction for persons with disabilities, inclusive health, inclusive education and livelihoods. Our global CBID portfolio currently includes 166 projects implemented with 135 partners in 30 countries.

Abigail (sitting in her wheelchair) at school. In the background sit her four best friends: (from left to right) Rejoice, Abby, Agness und Taliya

Our Vision, Mission and Values

Our Vision: An inclusive world in which all persons with disabilities enjoy their human rights and achieve their full potential.

Our Mission: CBM is an international Christian development organisation committed to improving the quality of life of persons with disabilities in the poorest countries of the world...

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Overview of CBM Reach in 2023

  • 379 Projects funded
  • 10.4 Million People receiving services
  • 40 Countries
  • 257 Partners
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CBM in Numbers

Together with our partners, CBM reached around 62.2 million people in 2023. Of these, 10.4 million people received comprehensive assistance through various services, including medical treatment, rehabilitation measures, education, livelihood security and emergency aid. That is 1.6 million more than in the previous year. CBM’s work was made possible with funding support from strong partners who financed projects in 35 countries, increasing the aid provided by CBM severalfold.

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