CBM partners with International Centre for Evidence in Disability at 2019 Conference
Tuesday, 5th November, 2019
The third annual conference on evidence in disability takes place today and tomorrow (5 and 6 November) at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, in partnership with CBM.
CBM welcomes Government’s response to recommendations on disability and development
Thursday, 17th October, 2019
Last week the Government responded to the International Development Committee’s (IDC) report on the Department for International Development’s (DfID) work on disability. CBM welcomes the Government’s acceptance of most of the report’s…
WHO launches its first World Report on Vision
Wednesday, 9th October, 2019
Ahead of World Sight Day on 10th October, the World Health Organisation (WHO) launched its first World Report on Vision, highlighting that more than 1 billion people worldwide are living with vision impairment because…
TV Chef voices support for Christian Blind Mission Sunday
Thursday, 19th September, 2019
Food writer and broadcaster Ivor Peters, also known as the Urban Rajah, has urged churches to get involved in Christian Blind Mission Sunday this October, to help give sight to the world’s forgotten people.
CBM at the NNN: sharing expertise on neglected tropical diseases
Tuesday, 17th September, 2019
CBM experts, programme staff and partners from Ethiopia, Nigeria, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Niger, United Kingdom and Germany are gathering at the NNN – Neglected Tropical Disease…
Kirsty shortlisted for Charity Times Awards
Monday, 9th September, 2019
CBM UK Chief Executive Kirsty Smith has been shortlisted for Charity Principal of the Year in the Charity Times Magazine Awards, recognising her inspiring leadership and commitment to transforming the lives of people with disability…
See the Way appeal raises over £1.8m to save sight in the world’s poorest places
Wednesday, 14th August, 2019
Between 15th February and 14th May 2019, our generous supporters donated an amazing £845,000 to help people in the world’s poorest places See the Way to a brighter future – and every pound was then doubled by the UK government.
Training will help World Vision UK include people with disabilities
Monday, 12th August, 2019
In July 2019, over 60 staff at international charity World Vision UK took part in CBM training to help them ensure that people with disabilities can benefit from their life-changing programmes.
Humanitarian disability inclusion audit findings released
Friday, 9th August, 2019
CBM and the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) have released findings on the first ever disability audit of humanitarian projects in Nigeria. The report was presented at a high-level workshop on disability inclusive…