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About 90% of the world's visually impaired live in developing countries
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Series on Disability-Inclusive Development

Sharing knowledge and promoting inclusion


New resources on Agenda 2030 and the CRPD

Some new resources have recently become available on Agenda 2030 and the CRPD


Addressing Poverty through Disability Inclusive Development

A booklet that highlights experiences from eight CBM partners receiving support


“We want to be ‘real’ women!” – “Seriously do you?!”

Christin Lidzba, CBM’s Gender Advisor writes an interesting opinion piece on gender roles and gender norms


International Women’s Day 2015

March 8 is International Women’s Day. The theme this year is “Make it happen: encouraging effective action for advancing and recognising women.”


Women with disabilities can work at the frontline

CBM talks to Sonja Vasic, a medical doctor with a disability, who shares her experiences in the field


International Day of Persons with Disabilities

CBM celebrates the International Day of Persons with Disabilities on 3rd December 2014


Those denied sight should not be denied knowledge

Our partner ATRIEV in the Philippines has given light to those who lack the gift of sight through the power of technology


Childhood Disability and Malnutrition in Kenya

On the World Food Day 2014, CBM presents a research study called “Childhood Disability and Malnutrition in Turkana/Kenya”


Rights of girls with disabilities to education

CBM recently made submission to the CEDAW committee recommending cooperation on the rights of women and girls with disabilities to education


Tatenda Mafuta Story

Tatenda Mafuta was born with spina bifida, but it doesn’t limit her mobility or crimp her joy for life.


Anishah Masaire Story

Anishah Masaire wants to be a pilot, but for now she’s happy pushing her wheelchair between classes at a school


2014 – Mid Year Advocacy round up

Advocacy, post 2015, disability & human rights, EU parliament, disability inclusive development


Social and economic impact - research report

New research report "Economic Costs of Exclusion and Gains of Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities" funded by CBM International


Importance of ear care - Sopha’s story

Sopha almost permanently lost her hearing until she received ear care service and treatment from CBM partner, Jesuit Service Cambodia (JSC)



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