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  • CBM and partners at the British High Commissioner Reception in Kenya.

    To the Summit and beyond

    Friday, 20th July, 2018 | Kirsty Smith
    On 24 July, the high-level Global Disability Summit will be hosted by the governments of the UK and Kenya, along with the International Disability Alliance, at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London. Representatives of Disabled People’s Organis...
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  • Denis, from Uganda, can now play football with his friends after corrective surgery for clubfoot at CBM's partner hospital.

    Dave's CBM World Cup blog 2018 - Quarter-finals

    Friday, 6th July, 2018 | Dave Taylor
    The latest in Dave Taylor’s series of World Cup blog posts bringing together his passions for football, tackling injustice and building a more inclusive world for people with disabilities.  Join him on his “virtual sofa” as he talks about...
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  • Eliminating trachoma in Ghana - pioneering work 1996-2002

    Friday, 29th June, 2018 | CBM UK
    Image: ophthalmic nurses set out by boat to deliver trachoma treatment in remote communities.  Nick Burn, CBM Programme Manager for Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs), explores the pioneering role of CBM and our partner Presbyterian Church of Ghana...
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  • Visiting CBM’s child eye health programme in Nigeria

    Thursday, 28th June, 2018 | Rebecca Molyneux
    Rebecca Molyneux is CBM UK’s Programme Manager for West Africa. She recently visited CBM’s child eye health programme in Nigeria, where she met some of the teachers, community health workers and faith leaders who have been trained as part of the ...
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  • Be prepared; advising on disability inclusion at SimEx disaster response exercise

    Thursday, 21st June, 2018 | Emma Pettey
    Emma Pettey is a Senior Inclusion Advisor at CBM’s Emergency Response Unit. In this blog, she talks about taking part in a the recent disaster response simulation exercise organised by SimEx to help ensure people with disabilities were included. Ba...
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  • Violet lives in Zimbabwe lost her sight 5 years ago. Violet is being supported by CBM.

    Dave’s CBM World Cup blog 2018 – Country: Zimbabwe

    Saturday, 16th June, 2018 | Dave Taylor
    CBM UK’s Head of Philanthropy and Partnerships, Dave Taylor launches a series of blog posts bringing together his passions for football, tackling injustice and building a more inclusive world for people with disabilities.  Join him on his “virtu...
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  • Dave’s CBM World Cup blog 2018 – Country: Colombia

    Friday, 15th June, 2018 | Dave Taylor
    CBM UK’s Head of Philanthropy and Partnerships, Dave Taylor launches a series of blog posts bringing together his passions for football, tackling injustice and building a more inclusive world for people with disabilities.  Join him on his “virtu...
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  • This is Lorena. She lives in Lauro de Freitas, Brazil and has cataracts.

    Dave’s CBM World Cup blog 2018 – Country: Brazil

    Thursday, 14th June, 2018 | Dave Taylor
    CBM UK’s Head of Philanthropy and Partnerships, Dave Taylor launches a series of blog posts bringing together his passions for football, tackling injustice and building a more inclusive world for people with disabilities.  Join him on his “virtu...
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  • Dave’s CBM World Cup blog 2018 – Country: Nigeria

    Wednesday, 13th June, 2018 | Dave Taylor
    CBM UK’s Head of Philanthropy and Partnerships, Dave Taylor launches a series of blog posts bringing together his passions for football, tackling injustice and building a more inclusive world for people with disabilities.  Join him on his “virtu...
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  • Bernardino and Leonarda from peru are both blind because of cataracts,

    Dave’s CBM World Cup blog 2018 – Country: Peru

    Tuesday, 12th June, 2018 | Dave Taylor
    CBM UK’s Head of Philanthropy and Partnerships, Dave Taylor launches a series of blog posts bringing together his passions for football, tackling injustice and building a more inclusive world for people with disabilities.  Join him on his “virtu...
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