An International Christian Development Organization, Christian Blind Mission, CBM Global has appointed Miss Ekaete Judith Umoh as its Country Director in Nigeria.

The appointment was no surprise as it came on the heels of her track records and wealth of experience in Disability Inclusive development both in Nigeria and some countries.

Miss Umoh is the current National President of Joint National Association of Persons with Disabilities (JONAPWD), Vice Chairperson, West Africa Federation of the Disabled, and the Founder, FACICP Disability Plus.

She has also represented Persons with Disabilities in Nigeria in different capacities within and outside the country.

CBM Global is an organization that work alongside people with disabilities in the world’s poorest places to transform their lives by fighting poverty and exclusion. The group has over 100 years of experience and work with the most marginalized in society. It aims to break the cycle of poverty among disability clusters while building inclusive communities where everyone can enjoy their human rights and reach their full potentials.

With works in over 20 countries, investments in long-term authentic partnerships with Disability Movements, CBM Global is maximizing impact through a coordinated mix of inclusive community-based programs while engaging in local advocacy and offering inclusion advice to relevant organizations.


  1. Why the rich getting richer and the poor getting poorer.

    We are hearing inclusive, inclusive but where we are they don’t practice inclusive why? I mean in Nigeria Governors. I mean we need inclusive


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