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We’re development specialists from more than 20 organisations, sharing our expertise to make sure people with disabilities are included in international development.

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Building partnerships

How NGOs can collaborate and build meaningful partnerships with disability organisations in projects.
Read the guide

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Reaching women and girls

What works in involving women and girls with disabilities in development and humanitarian projects.
Visit the gender resource hub

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Inclusive family planning

Practical steps for including people with disabilities in sexual and reproductive health and rights services.
Visit the SRHR resource hub

Hear from our experts around the world

Shiva Acharya.

Nepal

“I hope that real inclusion will happen some time in the future.”

Shiva Acharya, Nepal country lead,
Humanity & Inclusion
Read Shiva’s story

A lady sitting in a wheelchair.

Bangladesh

“People are not talking with people with disability, others are talking.”

Mohua Paul, co-founder,
Access Bangladesh Foundation
Read Mohua’s story

A man smilling.

Kenya

“I’m so excited all our organisations are coming together.”

Edwin Osundwa, director,
Sense International, Kenya
Read Edwin’s story

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