Read the latest news and stories from CBM Australia’s work helping people with disabilities living in the world’s poorest places. 

Stories of Hope: Kazol

In her travels to other countries over the past decade, Bangladeshi woman Kazol has come to realise the lack of disability access in her home nation i

Stories of Hope: Sujan

In any disaster event or humanitarian emergency, people with disabilities are at heightened vulnerability.

Inclusive Disaster Response: Evacuation Sites after Mount Merapi’s Volcanic Activity

In addition to dealing with the challenges of the...

Easing the psychological toll of lockdown

CBM recognises the psychological pressure of COVID-19 lockdown around the world. For people with mental illness, these challenges can...

CEO Jane Edge Reflects on her 2020 Trip to Nepal

Author: Jane Edge, CEO of CBM Australia Effective, holistic mental health services are crucial if people are to  reach...

International Women’s Day 2021: Choose To Challenge

Held each year on March 8th, International Women’s Day is one of the most...

CBM calls to restore the budget for people with disabilities

Leading disability-inclusive international development agency, CBM Australia, is calling on the Australian Government to...

Success stories from the comprehensive and inclusive women’s health project in Nigeria

CBM has a long history of working on the...

Inspiring young women for International Women’s Day: Catching up with Desty

CBM was first introduced to a remarkable young woman...

Dr Wall’s legacy continuing to create positive social change

Dr Victor John Wall was a geologist, who used his skills in a diverse...

Analysis: reflecting on gender in inclusive development: 2020

In order to achieve disability and gender equality and truly leave no one behind,...

Disability-Inclusive Climate Action Research Program

About one billion people around the world have disabilities, and up to 190 million...

Changing the Debate: How We Can Help to Tackle Gender and Unpaid Care?

In the distribution of unpaid work, gender plays a...

COVID-19 Updates From the Field: Stories from Indonesia

Remember Hascaryo? CBM first met Hascaryo during the Covid-19 pandemic through our work with...

Access to Hope by Louise Gosbell

One of the first things we did when the COVID-19 lockdown happened was rearrange our furniture.

Hope in the Extremes by Joseph Pinkard

How do you prepare and respond when faced with a challenging and unexpected situation?

Hope for our Neighbours by John Jeffries

Over my 33 years at CBM, Jesus’ challenge to love my neighbour as myself was never far from my...

Stories of Hope: Seta

In any disaster or humanitarian emergency, people with disabilities are at heightened vulnerability.

Stories of Hope: Shilpy

One of the worst disasters to ever strike Bangladesh was Tropical Cyclone Sidr. In November 2007, the storm took the lives of up to 10,000 people.

Stories of Hope: Nelly

According to the UN University WorldRiskIndex, Vanuatu is the world’s most at-risk country for natural hazards.