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Report on the Assessment of National Eye Health Strategies

How well do national eye health strategies address inclusiveness and health equity in eye health? CBM Global and SeeYou Foundation are proud to share a report on an assessment of national eye health strategic plans on health equity and inclusion. Using the recommendations from the World Health Organization’s Global report on health equity for persons with disabilities, we assessed the current state of national eye health plans to get a baseline of how well disability inclusion is addressed at the national level. This report is to set a baseline to see where countries in the development of their next plan can improve.

Advocacy toolkit: Inclusiveness and health equity in national eye health strategies

This toolkit assists CBM Global country teams and partners, including Organisation of Persons with Disabilities (OPD) partners and other eye care Non-governmental Organisations (NGOs), in advocating for more inclusive eye health.

Case study: Nepal’s changing climate

The impact of climate induced disasters on people living in poverty who have much less adaptative capacity to respond to the negative and sometimes devastating impact of climate change.

“We have a key role now” Lessons learned from partnerships with OPDs

In order to gather feedback on its partnerships with organisations of persons with disabilities CBM Global conducted a listening exercise through 2020 and 2021. The listening exercise celebrates what is working well and identifies areas for improvement. It is offered as an example of what partnership can mean and as a contribution to the wider efforts of integrating organisations of persons with disabilities into international cooperation.

Disability Data Advocacy Toolkit

The aim of this toolkit is to contribute to the growing global dialogue on the importance of data on people with disabilities, specifically to provide some basic knowledge on data collection, analysis and use of data for evidence-based advocacy.