Emergency appeal: “invisible crisis” in Madagascar puts thousands at risk of starvation
Tuesday, 13th July, 2021
Families in southern Madagascar are on the verge of starvation, with people resorting to eating insects, leaves and cactus plants to survive. CBM has launched an urgent fundraising appeal to support the most vulnerable people in Madagascar.
Break the cycle update: promoting economic independence and leadership for women and girls with disabilities in Nigeria
Wednesday, 23rd June, 2021
Our project in partnership with the Disability Rights Advocacy Centre (DRAC) in Nigeria aims to reduce violence against women and girls with disabilities in Nigeria by building confidence, economic independence and leadership skills.
Community Mental Health Good Practice Guides launch
Tuesday, 22nd June, 2021
Today, CBM Global and our partners launch the first five of our Community Mental Health “Good Practice Guides”, which share lessons learnt from our global work on mental health for over 20 years.
Cambridge sixth form students fundraise to transform lives in the world’s poorest places
Wednesday, 16th June, 2021
Students from Hills Road Sixth Form College in Cambridge have raised over £1,000 to help transform the lives of people with and at risk of disabilities, and their families, in the world’s poorest communities.
Disability Inclusive Climate Justice Video launched
Tuesday, 15th June, 2021
Today, the European Disability Forum (EDF) and CBM Global will launch a video on disability inclusive climate justice at the European Development Days which is taking place online over 2 days (June 15th – June 16th).
WHO guidance promotes person-centred and rights-based approaches on mental health
Thursday, 10th June, 2021
CBM Global welcomes the launch of the World Health Organization’s (WHO) guidance and technical packages on community mental health services: Promoting person-centred and rights-based approaches.
See the Way 2020 appeal raises over £2.8m to save sight
Wednesday, 2nd June, 2021
Thanks to our amazing supporters, our See the Way appeal in 2020 raised an enormous £2,882,712 to help people in the world’s poorest places See the Way to a brighter future.
Training community educators on disability inclusion
Friday, 28th May, 2021
Teenage girls with disabilities in Zimbabwe are among those least likely to complete their education – and gaps in training for teachers in how to include them in learning activities can contribute to their exclusion.
Margaret takes on a walking challenge to save sight
Wednesday, 12th May, 2021
86-year-old Margaret Weir from Brighton is setting herself the challenge of walking 1,000 steps every day this week to help restore sight and Light up Lives in the world’s poorest places…
QAV celebrates 20 years with CBM partnership to save sight
Friday, 23rd April, 2021
Cambridgeshire audio-visual company QAV has decided to celebrate their 20th year in business with a year-long partnership with CBM, helping prevent blindness in the world’s poorest places.