Disability in Wales and Africa (DWA) has a vision of societies where disabled people are full, equal, and participatory members of their community in Wales, and particularly in Africa. In the past the needs of disabled people, and their families, have often been sidelined within mainstream development, with actors believing it to be a specialist, standalone, issue.
DWA believes that disability should be part of every development initiative and that:
“Disabled People’s Participation Should Be Expected, Not Just Accepted.”
Individuals can sign the pledge to show their support for this statement for the aims of DWA by clicking here to contact us.
Organisations have also shown their support for this statement and for the aims of DWA, by sharing their logo below. If your organisation would like to do the same, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or through our Twitter or Facebook pages.