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Real life stories

Talents to Tap in Children with Disabilities

Students with intellectual disabilities spread wings at CBM-supported Anbagam Educational Resource Hub.

Quality Healthcare Transforming Young Lives

CBM-supported hospital helps treat bilateral cataract in children, transforming their lives for the better.

Affordable Eye Care Service Transforms Life

17-year-old Rajni could not afford treatments for cataracts until CBM and our partner hospital stepped in to help.

Pride in Children with Cerebral Palsy

CBM takes pride in every child with cerebral palsy who has come to us and found the determination to be active participants in the society

Rosina’s story of inclusive education

Rosina Situng’s story highlights the role that inclusive education has played in shaping her life and overcoming barriers.

A circle of change

A three-year-old inclusive livelihood project in rural parts of Uttar Pradesh is going deeper into the community…

Maya has a new shop

Maya has got a new shop and state support thanks to a CBM supported inclusive livelihood project, here is her inspiring update.

Hands that see: Suresh's Story

With CBM supported inclusive organic farming, Suresh works a trainer through special tools.

A mill that’s churning out hope

CBM supported inclusive organic livelihood project has allowed Pramod to become an independent entrepreneur and an inspiration….

Maya's Story

Maya is an inspired champion of economic empowerment for people with disabilities in her village

Sweet taste of success: Puneeta’s story

This is the story of Puneeta, the beekeeper, from CBM’s disability inclusive organic farming project.

Santosh has worms!

Santosh is emerging as an independent and empowered member of his village community

Suman’s story

Suman is no longer restricted by barriers that impacted her in the past.

Creating a ‘ripple effect’ of change

Manju’s story is one of collective efforts for inclusion and not just of addressing rehabilitation needs of people with disabilities

A reason to smile

Ramsevak is scripting a story of change by breaking stereotypes

That was an eye-opener for Tukaram!

Tukaram was affected by bilateral cataract, now he got his vision restored.

Building Confidence through Inclusive Education

Karthik was associated with CBM India inclusive education project since he was in class one

Upendra got back his vision!

Mr. Upendra was screened and diagnosed of cataract in both eyes.

Regain the hope - The Story of Tippeswamy!

He is a successful horticulture contractor and candle maker, creating employment opportunities for others.

A little support made all the difference

Kumari Priyanka Yadav is an 18-year old student who is doing graduation in Hindi.

Hangma enjoys freedom of mobility

After years of restricted movement, Hangma moves around her village with joy. She goes to school and also enjoys community celebrations.

If Krishna takes a day off we need two people to do his job

Ms. Bhubaneshwari is overwhelmed by Krishna's commitment towards his job

A cycle repair shop transforms Sajub’s life

The smile on his face never fades. Most people, who pass by his cycle repair shop, pause to wave at the shop owner, Sajub Daimari.

“A miracle! Look, my son can walk now!”

Yes, it is a miracle and God’s gift, that he sent us CBR workers from the CBM supported project.

Believe In Yourself

“I live a happy and a confident life. I have a bright future ahead" - Thirumoorthi

Sameena goes to School

Sameena is a 12 year old girl with cerebral palsy, studying in the fourth standard in the Government Urdu Medium School, Doddaballapur

Story of Naveen

Until the age of five, Naveen was confined to his bed. At that time, he had a surgery, followed by training through a CBM India programme.

Anitha should go to school

The one question Anitha’s parents need to face quite often is “why should Anitha go to school?”

Walking tall – Abraham Soren

Abraham is now the President of a DPC. He accepted this role to support other people with disabilities in his and nearby villages

Story of Manjunath

Manjunath, 34, is a trend setter and an excellent source of inspiration in his panchayat


Balamma was appointed as Anganwadi Worker in her own village


Mahalakshmi is ambitious to pursue her higher education and wants to prove that disability is no deterrent to success


Fire victims received all the assistance provided by CBM Partner and are starting their life with a new beginning


Newer investments on Solanki's petty shop have yielded him an increase in profits and his disposable incomes


Akshaya after his surgery manages the affairs of his shop and is looking forward to further investments


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