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CBM is committed to improving the quality of life of persons with disabilities in the poorest communities of the world

Global Disability Summit

Worldwide preparations for London event read more

CBM plays important role in making Ghana trachoma free

Ghana is the first African country to eliminate the leading infectious cause of blindness. read more

Conference of States Parties to the CRPD: Leaving no one behind

The 11th session of the Conference of States Parties to the CRPD and parallel events took place at th UNs in New York from 10-15 June read more

Huge turn-out at European Development Days

On 5th and 6th June, the European Development Days (EDDs) took place in Brussels read more

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Humanitarian Inclusion Standards part of Humanitarian Standards Partnership

The Humanitarian Inclusion Standards become part of the Humanitarian Standards Partnership, complementing existing guidelines and filling gap on inclusion read more

CBM wins Duty of Care Award

The awards recognise outstanding achievements in meeting high standards of health, safety and security at work. read more

Global Awareness Accessibility Day 2018

Join us on Thursday, May 17 2018 and mark the seventh Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD). read more

First treatments for blinding trachoma distributed in war-torn Yemen

Antibiotics to treat the world’s leading infectious cause of blindness were delivered to people in remote corners of war-torn Yemen read more

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Accountability and Reporting

CBM always aspires to remain transparent and accountable

Series on Disability-Inclusive Development

Sharing knowledge and promoting inclusion

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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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