How can data better support disability advocacy in East Africa?
In this podcast DI's Claudia Wells is joined by guests from DI, Sightsavers and the United Disabled Persons of Kenya to discuss how better data can empower disability advocates in East Africa.
In this podcast DI Director of Data Use, Claudia Wells, DI Lead Analyst (East Africa), Martha Bekele, Sightsavers Global Advocacy Advisor, Edwinah Orowe and Board Member for the United Disabled Persons of Kenya, Eric Ngondi discuss disability advocacy in East Africa. Looking at how advocacy can be empowered by better data, and do more to help persons with disabilities to secure their fundamental rights, they touch on key challenges but also examples of innovation from within the Inclusive Futures consortium and beyond.
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Key trends in aid targeting persons with intellectual disabilities
DI’s Dean Breed outlines three key trends in how ODA is targeting persons with intellectual disabilities – considering what this means for recipients and what donors can do to improve the lives of persons with intellectual disabilities.
Uganda's disability data landscape and the economic inclusion of persons with disabilities
This report looks at the landscape of data on disability in Uganda – summarising what data on persons with disabilities is available, who produces and uses it, and how – as well as what this means for the economic inclusion of persons with disabilities.
Disability-inclusive ODA: Aid data on donors, channels, recipients
How much ODA goes to projects focused on the inclusion and empowerment of persons with disabilities? Read analysis of the scale and channels of aid.