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Stories From The Field

Our cbm Programmes Officer Karen Jack in India.
Oct 12, 2015

Organic Farming is a means to escape the cycle of poverty and disability

Our Programmes Officer Karen Jack visited our cbm partner in India last week. In this fantastic project people with and without disabilities receive training in organic farming – that doesn’t only enable them to earn an income but it helps…
Laxmi with her family using the new water pipe for washing the dishes. d
Nov 7, 2014

Thanks to cbm Christmas arrives early in Nepal

Improving the quality of life for people with a disability who live in poverty requires more than medical treatment. Read how life for Laxmi’s family in Nepal has been transformed through an early Christmas present they could never afford, water…
A gift of ‘childhood’ for Sajana
May 2, 2014

A gift of ‘childhood’ for Sajana

Sajana walks to school every day. While this is nothing extraordinary for many children in Nepal it means a dream came true for Sajana, the girl who was shuffling on her knees for over six years. Perhaps, one of the…
Laxmi kicks the ball
Apr 8, 2014

When Laxmi ‘kicked’ a ball

Ashok can’t believe his eyes seeing Laxmi playing and running around with great joy when he visited her last. Her new leg has transformed her life completely. She couldn’t wait to show Ashok everything she is now able to do.…
My field visit in India – bumpy roads, deep poverty but truly inspirational people!
Mar 24, 2014

My field visit in India – bumpy roads, deep poverty but truly inspirational people!

Helen Green our Board Chair went to India a few weeks ago to visit one of our projects funded by the NZ government. It’s an organic farming project inclusive for people with disabilities. Helen shares with us how these people…
“It is so important to tell people about this hospital”
Jun 9, 2014

“It is so important to tell people about this hospital”

Ugandan journalists report about our partner CoRSU - an opportunity to raise awareness among families that have long lost hope. “We didn’t know that we would find help so close to where we live,” Mama Benita said, when we asked…
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