Our Resources

CBM Resources

Below are a range of resources we have developed that showcase our approaches, learning and impact of our work. We encourage you to download the resources, and if you have any feedback or questions please don’t hesitate to contact us.

  • Leave No One Behind

    Mobilising for inclusion

    Policy papers,

  • Leave No One Behind

    Policy papers,

  • Leave No One Behind

    Gender equality, disability inclusion and leadership

    Policy papers,

  • Disability Inclusive Development Helpdesk Response

    Experiences of people with disabilities in COVID-19: A summary of current evidence

    Latest, Covid-19,

  • Mental Health and Health Crises: what the Ebola epidemic can teach us about mental health during pandemics?

    Covid-19,

  • Disability inclusion and COVID-19: Guidance for WASH delivery

    Guidance for WASH delivery, developed by CBM Australia to provide some key principles.

    WASH, Covid-19,

  • CBM Disability & Gender Toolkit

    CBM is committed to rights and equality for women, men, girls and boys in all our programmes.

    Guidance for inclusion, Gender,

  • Making sure we do no harm

    The Gaibandha Model for disability-inclusive disaster risk reduction.

    CBM reviews,

  • Collecting and using data on disability to inform inclusive development.

    Developed by Plan International Australia, CBM Australia and the Nossal Institute.

    Guidance for inclusion,

  • CBM’s approach to disability inclusive disaster risk reduction:

    The Gaibandha Model for disability-inclusive disaster risk reduction.

    Humanitarian, Guidance for inclusion,

  • Addressing Poverty through Disability Inclusive Development

    8 Partner Case Studies provides reflections on the inclusion of people with disabilities and their families in development initiatives.

    CBM reviews, CBID,

  • Self help groups and disability inclusion

    Guidance for project implementers.​

    Guidance for inclusion, CBID,

  • Inclusive Eye Health

    Learning from evaluations of our projects: 2015 to 2017.​

    CBM reviews,

  • Disability Inclusive Education

    Learning from evaluations of our projects: 2015 to 2017.​

    Guidance for inclusion, CBM reviews,

  • Design, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning

    Learning from evaluations of our projects: 2015 to 2017.​

    CBM reviews,

  • Influencing government

    Approaches taken by CBM’s partners

    CBM reviews,

  • Disability And Unpaid Care Work

    Recognising, valuing and redistributing unpaid care work in CBM’s programs.

    Gender, CBM reviews, CBID,

  • CBM and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

    Strengthening Environmental Sustainability and Inclusion in Health and other Development Programs.

    CBM reviews,

  • Organisational Engagement on Disability Inclusion tool

    Guidance for inclusion,

  • Participation of people with disability won't happen automatically.

    A poster of tips to consider.

    Guidance for inclusion, CBM reviews,

  • What is CBID - an infographic

    CBID,

  • CBID in the Philippines

    An example of CBID in a context of decentralised government with legal and budgetary support for disability. NGOs and DPOs engage with local government.

    CBID,

  • CBID in Cameroon

    How a local NGO service provider is taking a community mobilisation approach with local government and organisations, in a resource poor setting with limited government funding.

  • CBID in Nicaragua

    How three-way collaboration of government, NGO and DPOs has brought a CBID approach to scale in a low resource setting with strong political commitment.

  • CBID in Papua New Guinea

    An example of a national NGO collaborating with government departments to deliver a similar model across the country, including remote communities.

  • CBID in India

    How State-level NGOs support the development of local self-help groups and DPOs.

  • CBID’s top down and bottom up approach

    CBID,