To build regional advocacy groups of persons with psychosocial disabilities within the Indonesia Mental Health Association.
To break down the stigma facing persons with psychosocial disabilities in Indonesia by developing partnerships with non-governmental organizations, women's organizations, religious leaders, and the media.
To provide skills training for parents/family members of children with disabilities and for children with disabilities themselves as self advocates in CRPD advocacy.
To advocate to the local government in Kota Padang, West Sumatra Province to provide accessibility for persons with disabilities in public buildings as required by Article 9 of the CRPD.
To build the capacity of the organization to be an effective advocate on CRPD ratification nationally and to strengthen CRPD awareness within chapters of the organization across Sulawesi and Sumatra Islands.
To lead a national training initiative on the CRPD with the aim of building the capacity of the PERTUNI national membership towards supporting the ratification process in Indonesia.
To create a new organization of young persons with disabilities based on the CRPD so that PWDS become self-advocates of their rights.
To raise the awareness of key public entities, universities, and other civil society organizations on the CRPD.
To promote and monitor CRPD compliance and the rights of persons with disabilities using a rights-based approach.
To build the capacity of the disability movement in FSM, with the longer-term goal of jointly advocating for ratification of the CRPD (signature is already in the pipeline).
To expand the knowledge and skills of Pohnpei Consumer Organization to advance ratification of the CRPD and expand its network of persons with disabilities across the Federated States of Micronesia.
To conduct a national disability survey to determine accessibility of services (in line with the CRPD), changes needed, and a timeframe for change. Results will include recommendations to lawmakers and assistance in drafting of needed legislation. The disability survey results will also be used for ongoing advocacy to the FSM Government towards ratification of the CRPD.
The coalition representing marginalized groups include the Parents Association of Children with Disabilities (Portupencanak), the Center for Citizens with Disabilities - Access to Election (PPUA PENCA), the Indonesian Association of Women with Disabilities (HWPCI), and PPCI and aims to strengthen and ensure the participation of PWDS in the review and design of legislation and advocacy for the protection and promotion of rights.
To promote the implementation of the CRPD by building organizational capacity and reach as an effective advocate and resource on disability rights and the CRPD in Andra Pradesh and increase government awareness.
To create new cross disability, self-advocacy groups that will cover PWDs in 50 villages in Anantapur; to increase understanding and ability of those groups to make use of the CRPD; and to increase advocacy efforts for implementation of the CRPD.