To build capacity of grassroots and marginalized persons with disabilities to advocate on Articles 27 and 28 of the CRPD in ten districts of Orissa.
To build the capacity of persons with disabilities in Palau to raise awareness on the CRPD and advocate for ratification.
To improve Organizacion de Ciegos de Matagalpa Luis Braille's alliances with Disabled Persons' Organizations of persons with intellectual disabilities and women with disabilities, local governments, institutions, and human rights organizations in all the municipalities of Matagalpa to continue to enhance the level of participation of persons with disabilities in decision-making processes. Organizacion de Ciegos de Matagalpa Luis Braille also aims to promote the participation of blind women of Nicaragua in the Latin American Union for the Blind.
To educate DPOs and local government about the CRPD and to advocate for local implementation, including outreach to the educational sector and media.
To promote alliances with DPOs, journalists, human rights organizations, and public entities aiming to achieve the full participation of PWDs in decision-making processes regarding implementation of the CRPD.
To strengthen alliances between DPOs, human rights institutions, mass media, and mainstream human rights NGOs with the aim of increasing participation of persons with disabilities in decision-making processes related to the implementation of rights.
To ensure inclusion of a diversity of persons with disabilities (including women and persons with psychosocial disabilities) in CRPD advancement at municipal level in Matagalpa, Nicaragua.
To advance the CRPD by conducting a baseline study on the portrayal of PWDs in the press and facilitating a paradigm shift among journalists to a rights based approach.
To contribute to the promotion of PWD rights, by building capacity on the CRPD and by reviewing the national legal framework to propose changes to accord that framework with the CRPD.
To increase the capacity of the judiciary on the CRPD and to build CRPD leadership and managerial capacity among blind women in Nicaragua.
To enhance the use of the CRPD among its members as an effective tool for advocacy and rights defense of blind and visually impaired persons.
As a component of a broader project sponsored by the European Union (which aims at enhancing the conditions and quality of life of persons with disabilities in Nicaragua by strengthening DPOs in advancing human rights, with an emphasis on the right to vote), to increase the internal capacity of DPOs in 19 municipalities on rights advocacy and strategic planning skills.
To build the capacity of activists with disabilities and their groups and federations in Orissa on the CRPD in order to better access rights and entitlements.
To mainstream the CRPD within government ministry plans and policies and ensure CRPD ratification in Papua New Guinea.
To continue with ratification efforts and CRPD awareness-raising amongst key stakeholders in PNG.