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Central Africa

three young adults with disabilities busy in a training workshop, Africa
Displaced persons with disabilities in skill training doing income-generating activities as part of "Programme de Réadaptation et Intégration de Base Communautaire" (Community-based programme for Readjustment and Integration), CBM partner programme Synergie Simama (SYSI Bunia).

CBM's Central African Regional Office, working together with a network of 41 Partner organisations, supports the delivery of health care, educational, rehabilitative and socio-economic services to improve the quality of life of persons with disabilities living in the region.

Projects in Central Africa


The Central Africa Region (Burundi, Rwanda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Republic of Congo, Central Africa Republic, Chad, Cameroon and São Tomé & Príncipe) is a region faced with political instability, conflicts, droughts, floods, rapid population growth and limited government capacities to cater for vulnerable communities.

In Central Africa, CBM works with 41 partner organisations, supporting the delivery of health care, education, rehabilitation and socio-economic programmes to improve the quality of life of persons with disabilities in the region.


In Central Africa CBM strives for an inclusive world where the rights of persons with disabilities are respected at all levels. We aim to develop new partnerships that will help to further a rights based approach to development planning.

Our projects seek to develop and implement quality best practice single model projects in partnership with government and non-governmental organisations. Through investment, CBM seeks to strengthen organisational capacity development at regional and country office levels as well as at partners’ level. 

The Central Africa region is an area with high risk of natural and man-made disasters, CBM therefore is actively be involved in developing inclusive disaster preparedness and disaster risk reduction strategies such as community resilience strategies to prevent disabilities as a direct result of future crises.

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