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Ganga from Nepal hopes to see again soon.
Oct 13, 2016

Celebrating the Gift of Sight : World Sight Day

In 1966 New Zealand physician Dr. Howard Harper entered the operating room in Noor Eye Hospital in Kabul to carry out the first cbm sponsored cataract surgery. This intervention marked the beginning of an unparalleled success story. Today, 50 years later,…
Tony McLean – why am I involved with cbm New Zealand
Sep 26, 2016

Tony McLean – why am I involved with cbm New Zealand

Tena Koutou Katoa,   For more than twenty-three years I’ve been incredibly blessed to have worked in a wide variety of paid and voluntary capacities with people who society has…
Mohan
Jul 6, 2016

Cbm NZ Programme Officer Karen Jack shares her thoughts after her recent trip.

As much as I’d love to, I can’t meet each and every person to hear their story, but during the annual monitoring trips I make sure to meet as many…
Proud dad moment
Jul 6, 2016

Proud Dad Moment

Young Joel Hunt jumped at the chance to voice a couple of radio adverts for cbm New Zealand, formerly the Christian Blind Mission, that have played on Life FM, Rhema…
Bijaya is now able to move his leg well and demonstrates his mobility on an exercise bicycle.
Apr 18, 2016

Bijaya's prosthesis doesn't stop him from dreaming big

During the Nepal Earthquake Bijaya’s leg was crushed by falling rocks. He was provided free medical care, rehabilitation support and a durable prosthesis from cbm partner TLMN in Nepal. Bijaya wants to play football This 11-year-old is a bundle of…
International Women’s Day 2016
Mar 7, 2016

International Women’s Day 2016

Every day we witness the great potential of women in our work. Despite the double disadvantage of poverty and disability they overcome barriers and become independent individuals earning their families’ living. In celebration of International…
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