Accessible version of Nigeria’s new disability law launched
Thursday, 16th May, 2019
CBM partner Disability Rights Advocacy Centre (DRAC) has created an accessible version of Nigeria’s landmark Disability Act, which became law last year. The simplified version, launched in March…
Incredible support for See the Way appeal
Wednesday, 15th May, 2019
Our See the Way appeal came to an end at midnight yesterday – but our work to end avoidable blindness is continuing. Since the launch of the appeal on 15 February, thousands of individuals, churches and community groups have…
Will Salomé See the Way to a brighter future?
Monday, 22nd April, 2019
For 2 years, Salomé has been blind due to cataracts, which have robbed her of vision, leaving her isolated, struggling to care for her grandchildren and unable to read her precious bible. But next week, this grandmother’s life could change
Bishops speak out for their support for See the Way
Monday, 25th March, 2019
The Bishops of Kensington and Gloucester have spoken of their support for CBM’s See the Way appeal and urged others to join them in helping prevent blindness and support people with sight problems in the world’s poorest places.
Cambridge student organises St Patrick’s Day celebration for CBM’s ‘See the Way’ appeal
Thursday, 21st March, 2019
Cambridge student Isabelle Cory has raised over £1700 for CBM’s See the Way appeal by organising a celebration of music, poetry and prose for St Patrick’s Day – her first ever fundraising event…
CBM champion Trudie Goodwin supports CBM’S See the Way appeal
Tuesday, 19th March, 2019
Actress and CBM Champion Trudie Goodwin (The Bill, Emmerdale) has spoken out for her support for our See the Way appeal, helping people with sight problems in the world’s poorest places.
Cambridge Half Marathon runners help people See the Way to a brighter future
Monday, 4th March, 2019
Congratulations to Jenni Ramos and Robert Dillarstone who completed the Cambridge Half Marathon on Sunday to raise money for CBM’s See the Way appeal, helping people living with sight problems in the world’s poorest communities.