CBM together with its partners work with persons with disabilities to help them improve their quality of life by overcoming the barriers which cause exclusion and aims to promote inclusion through comprehensive healthcare, education and rehabilitation services available to the estimated one billion people in the world experiencing disability.
Also speaking at the event was Prof Ndurumo, A deaf professor at the University of Nairobi who acknowledged the contribution different stakeholders have done to shape his life. ‘I want to thank Dr. Peter Mbaa and Prof Nguru for inspiring me to work hard and be who I am today. I am proud to be the 3rd PHD holder in Africa who is deaf. I also want to acknowledge CBM for the contribution they are making to special schools and the sponsorship they offer to deaf students. I hope the deaf students will be inspired and motivated by this documentary and policy makers challenged by this evidence based policy.’’ He said.The sponsors of the documentary were praised for the good work and the great step towards eliminating barriers. It is a celebration of reinforcing a ‘Yes we can’ voice.