CBM and Time to Change join forces to tackle mental health stigma – World Mental Health Day
Wednesday, 10th October, 2018
CBM has joined forces with Time To Change Global to launch a major new initiative to tackle stigma and discrimination around mental health in Africa and Asia.
Churches prepare for Christian Blind Mission Sunday
Tuesday, 9th October, 2018
On 14th October, to mark World Sight Day, churches around the UK will celebrate Christian Blind Mission Sunday, raising funds to help give the precious gift of sight to children in the world’s poorest places.
Penelope Wilton adds her voice to end avoidable blindness - World Sight Day
Tuesday, 9th October, 2018
To mark World Sight Day (11th October), we are launching a new film featuring actress Dame Penelope Wilton, highlighting CBM’s work to prevent avoidable blindness in the world’s poorest places.
Disaster response mobile app is finalist in digital awards
Friday, 5th October, 2018
The Humanitarian Hands On Tool (HHOT), CBM’s mobile app to help aid workers include people with disabilities in disaster response, is a finalist in this year’s Drum Awards for the Digital Industries.
‘Let there be light’ concert in Cambridge to support people living with blinding conditions in the world’s poorest places
Thursday, 4th October, 2018
Three groups of musicians from East Anglia will be holding a concert in Cambridge, on 20th October, raising awareness and funds for the work of CBM to support people living with blinding conditions in the world’s poorest communities.
Scotland's Development Minister visits CBM project in Zambia
Thursday, 27th September, 2018
On 24 September, Scotland’s Minister for International Development, Ben Macpherson, visited CBM’s ear and hearing care programme in Zambia’s capital city of Lusaka to see how Scottish support is transforming lives.
Art exhibition in Cambridge to support people living with mental health conditions in the world’s poorest places
Monday, 17th September, 2018
CBM and BasicNeeds will be holding a free art exhibition in Cambridge, from 1st-13th October, raising awareness and funds to support people living with mental health conditions in the world’s poorest communities.
Typhoon Mangkhut: Emergency support for people with disabilities
Monday, 17th September, 2018Find out more
Follow Desire's journey to sight live from West Africa
Tuesday, 11th September, 2018Find out more
Prime Minister recognises CBM UK’s Andy Pyott with a Points of Light award
Thursday, 16th August, 2018
Today, Prime Minister Theresa May, has awarded CBM UK’s Dr Andy Pyott with a Points of Light award for his incredible efforts to support the world’s forgotten people.