Beiträge zum Thema General

Project Workshop in Kenya: Exchange on Disability-Inclusive Humanitarian Action

At the end of April, HI’s Phase3-Leave No One Behind and From Guidelines To Action project teams met in Kenya to exchange on current activities, achievements and lessons learned. Over four intensive days (22.-25.4.24), we discussed on disability-inclusion in humanitarian action and our steps towards building local technical support mechanisms, tool adaptions & trainings. As […]


CBM launches collaboration with International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)

CBMs Inclusive Humanitarian Action (IHA) Initiative is proud to announce that a strategic partnership on technical collaboration with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has been established under the Phase 3- Leave No One Behind! project beginning of December 2023. CBMs technical expertise will contribute to the achievement of ICRCs Vision 2030 on […]


Leave no one behind @ Humanitarian Symposium Munich

HI is co-hosting this year’s Humanitarian Symposium Munich, which takes place on Saturday 24 February, in the Hörsaal der Kinderklinik at Lindwurmstraße 4, as well as online. The topic of this year’s conference is “People with Disability in Humanitarian Crises”. Our project is happy to support this year’s Humanitarian Symposium Munich. With the theme “People […]


Group photo of members of DWG from Borno, Yobe & Adamawa states.

CBM Supports the Launch of the Disability Working Group in Northeast Nigeria

On October 31st, a Disability Working Group (DWG) for North-East Nigeria was launched at the Pinnacle Hotel in Maiduguri, Borno State (Nigeria). Over 70 participants took part in the launch-event, representing a bright field of different organizations consisting of Nigerian Organisations of Persons with Disabilities like JONAPWD (Joint National Association of Persons with disabilities) Borno […]


Mapping Exercise Unveils Gaps and Opportunities in the Use of Protection Needs Assessment Tools for Disability Inclusion

Phase 3- Leave No One Behind! project has issued a detailed mapping exercise which assessed if and to which extend global and local protection needs assessment tools identify disability-specific risks, barriers, enablers and capacities. Despite notable advancements in disability inclusion, the study revealed inconsistencies and areas for further improvement in humanitarian needs assessment tools and […]


Training participants putting sticky notes to a blue sticky wall.

Time to Reflect: Our Highlights 2023

As 2023 draws to a close, it is a perfect time to reflect what have we achieved so far. We are delighted to report that the second year of our Phase 3-Leave no one behind! project has been characterized as full-fledged implementation by the three project partners and six pilot country-teams. Capacity building on inclusive […]


Call for Tenders: Development of Learning Package on iWASH

We are looking for a consultant or group of consultants to develop an accessible learning package on inclusive Water Sanitation and Hygiene in humanitarian action (iWASH). Within our Phase 3 – Leave no one behind! project, we aim to develop an accessible learning package to be delivered Face to Face or online, consisting of 9 […]


Group picture of the participants.

Regional Training on Mainstreaming Disability in Humanitarian Response Successfully Held in Cameroon  

Our project partner CBM organized a regional training for West and Central Africa on “Amplifying changes towards a disability-inclusive humanitarian response” from October 24th until October 26th in Yaoundé, Cameroon. In total, 23 participants from six different countries consisting of Niger, Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad, Togo and Democratic Republic of the Congo shared experiences and ideas […]