Rapport de notre 3ème mission au Rwanda | Verslag van onze derde training in Rwanda | Report of our 3rd training in Rwanda

[English version | Nederlandstalige versie] CBR International utilise dans ses formations une approche de type “competency building” destinée à ce que le travailleur RBC acquiert progressivement les compétences nécessaires à la pratique de la RBC. Précédemment, les travailleurs RBC ont été formés au moyen de cours théoriques au sein desquels a été doucement introduit de... Continue Reading →

Rose Agolla gained independence (EN/NL/FR)

[version Française | Nederlandstalige versie] Rose Agolla is a 42-year-old female client who comes from Kakara village, Nduara location in Ugenya sub county. She was included into the CBR Program during a medical camp held by the CBR International and Matibabu Foundation in September 2015. Rose suffered tuberculosis of the spine and it took quite... Continue Reading →

Collins got disabled from a serious burn

[Nederlandstalige versie] We are happy to share the story of Collins Juma Okoth, an 18-year-old patient supported by the CBR program. Collins comes from Asere village in Nzoia, Ugunja Sub County, in Kenya and he is a first born in a family of four children. His parents are separated, this has forced Collins to live with... Continue Reading →

Emmanuel Oloo is back at school

[Nederlandstalige versie] Due to epileptic seizures, Emmanuel’s mental capability was reduced, his fine motor system was affected, he was lethargic and even his speech was slurred. He could not attend school. Emmanuel was enrolled into the CBR program and during several home visits providing medication and therapy to improve the fine motor functions. CBR workers... Continue Reading →

La philosophie de la RBC/CBID

L’accès aux soins dans les pays en voie de développement est toujours un défi. Les personnes avec un handicap sont toujours confrontées à des obstacles tels que les transports, l’éducation, l’accès aux soins, la discrimination, … La philosophie de la RBC/CBID est favorisée par l'OMS comme stratégie d’inclusion de la personne handicapée afin que celle-ci... Continue Reading →

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