World Braille Day – training community educators to include girls with visual impairmentTuesday, 4th January, 2022Find out more
World Braille Day takes place on the 4th January every year to raise awareness about the importance of braille as a means of communication for blind and visually impaired people.
International Day for Persons with Disabilities: Let’s build back a better world for allFriday, 3rd December, 2021Find out more
Today, on International Day of People with Disabilities, as the world prepares to recover, vaccinate, and build back better, CBM UK and our partners seek to ensure the world we build is a better world for all.
Disability-inclusive Climate Action: How can we do better after COP26?Thursday, 25th November, 2021Find out more
CBM UK will be joining a group of international non-governmental organisations (INGOs) on Monday 29th November looking at how best to ensure that people with disabilities are meaningfully included in climate change adaptation.
Diane Louise Jordan supports Christmas Miracles campaignMonday, 15th November, 2021Find out more
Broadcaster Diane Louise Jordan, well-known for presenting iconic TV shows Songs of Praise and Blue Peter, has voiced her support for CBM’s Christmas Miracles campaign, which aims to give the Miracle gift of sight…
“What’s Climate Change got to do with disability”: CBM’s Mary Keogh on BBC Ouch podcastWednesday, 3rd November, 2021Find out more
“People with disabilities have a role to be caretakers of the world and have the skills to do that” Dr Mary Keogh, Advocacy Director at CBM Global, tells BBC Ouch.
Thank you for providing life-saving support to families in MadagascarThursday, 28th October, 2021Find out more
Your generous gifts are providing a lifeline to 1100 families in Southern Madagascar.
World Sight Day garden party raises vital funds to prevent blindnessMonday, 25th October, 2021Find out more
To mark World Sight Day (14th October), Cambridge-based CBM volunteers Gill and Peter Godber held a garden party, raising vital funds to prevent blindness in the world’s poorest places.