All pages about: Inclusive education

  1. The image features five people standing in front of a backdrop with the Zero Project logo. From left to right, there is a man in a light grey suit standing next to a man in a dark suit. Next to them, a woman in a green dress and black cardigan holds a framed certificate titled "Innovative Solution 2024." She is flanked by two men, one in a blue suit and the other in a black suit, both wearing event badges. They all wear smiles and event badges.

    CBM Celebrates Triple Win at the Zero Project Conference at the United Nations Office at Vienna

    The Zero Project Award is given to projects that address the needs and rights of persons with disabilities. It aims to contribute to global efforts to create a more just, equitable, and inclusive society – a world without barriers.

  2. Jaona with other ophthalmic doctors and nurses in the operating theatre.

    World Health Day 2020

    2020 has been declared as the ‘International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife’. Today, more than ever, we are witnessing the vital role played by frontline hospital staff, especially nurses and other hospital workers in providing health care around the world during the COVID-19 pandemic. Nurses are at the forefront of the pandemic response, providing high-quality treatment and care.