The Inclusive Futures initiative is a umbrella name that encompasses the Inclusion Works (IW) and Disability Inclusive Development (DID) programmes. These programme focuses on trialling approaches to inclusion and generating knowledge. This evidence (below) aims to encourage innovation, learning and offer fundamental new approaches to inclusive development policy and practices.
IW aims to create and test innovative approaches to improve the long-term economic empowerment and inclusion of people with disabilities.
DID aims to improve the long-term well-being and inclusion of people with disabilities through increased equitable access to: Quality health services and health outcomes, Quality education and educational attainment, Jobs/self- employment and improved livelihoods and a reduction in negative stereotyping and discrimination.
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