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Hadia - the story of a Rohingyan refugee
Jun 12, 2018

Hadia - the story of a Rohingyan refugee

Recently one of cbm New Zealand’s Programme Officers, Mohammed Al Imran, visited the cbm-funded project in Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh. There he met Hadia, a 10 year old girl with polio (Poliomyelitis). Her parents were killed by the Myanmar Army when…
Evacuation from Ambae 2017
May 4, 2018

Evacuation from Ambae 2017

Findings and recommendations from Needs Assessment of people with disabilities in VanuatuFollowing volcanic activity on Ambae in Vanuatu October 2017, the Pacific Disability Forum (PDF) together with the Vanuatu Disability…
Spinal Chord Injuries
Dec 4, 2017

Spinal Chord Injuries

Spinal chord injuries are one of the most devastating injuries that a person can experience. It can happen to anyone of any age and background. Mike Potter, cbm NZ’s Marketing…
‚ÄčInternational Day of People with Disabilities: Include Us
Dec 1, 2017

‚ÄčInternational Day of People with Disabilities: Include Us

Globally, one billion people have a disability, and 80 per cent live in developing countries. In developing countries, women comprise three quarters of people with disabilities. Women and girls with…
Gordon Rattray from cbm’s International Emergency Response Unit aboard the Hercules
Nov 16, 2017

SK17

In October a team of cbm New Zealand staff climbed aboard the Royal New Zealand Hercules Aircraft to join “SK-17” - a disaster simulation exercise run by the New Zealand…
Lucky to be alive, living for others.
Oct 10, 2017

Lucky to be alive, living for others.

Here at cbm New Zealand, we believe that no one should be left behind when a disaster strikes. Sadly, that is not the case for one in seven people -…
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