The Latin American and Caribbean Regional Hub is based in Quito, Ecuador. This office oversees CBM’s work in Cuba, Nicaragua, Ecuador, Brazil, Paraguay, Guatemala, Honduras, Peru and Colombia; with 2 country coordination offices located in Haiti and Bolivia.
CBM has emerged as a well-respected stakeholder in disability, rehabilitation, health and development in Latin America and the Caribbean. CBM has been actively working towards improving the quality of life of people with a disabilities in Latin America and the Caribbean for more than 30 years. We work with local experts in our work for disability inclusion, inclusive education, disability mainstreaming, advocacy, community-based inclusive development, community mental health, accessibility and disaster risk reduction.
In the Latin American Caribbean Region, CBM collaborates with a diverse range of alliance and networking partners such as the World Health Organization and GAATES (Global Alliance on Accessible Technologies and Environment). CBM has built a rapport and cultivated technical relationships with over 40+ partners in Latin America, our current network of organizations spans across Disable Peoples Organizations DPOs, with an estimated reach of 20,000 + members, DPO Networks, Hospitals, Universities, Community-based organizations, Local and National Governments.
We build upon the successes of large-scale projects and then, transition these projects to local leadership while maintaining networks of experts in the region.