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Background

Disability mainstreaming and developmental projects are aided by the principle of advocating the correct interventions. This mainstreaming, when approached practically and designed adequately, will make sure that the project is a success and delivers the desired outcome. The Accessibility, Communication, Attitudes and Participation (ACAP) framework was designed to promote mainstreaming disability as the key to sustainable, successful development by creating a inclusive society for all. This concept was well defined by DFID as an approach that leaves no one behind by ensuring opportunities for all. “A world where no-one is left behind, and where all women and men, girls and boys have equal opportunity to realize their rights, achieve their potential and live in dignity, free from extreme poverty, stigma, discrimination and violence”. This is to promote active inclusive economic, political an social institutions, tackling the structural barriers that keep some people from accessing opportunities and tracking progress across different population groups.

This Course incorporates international standards of planning, field implementation, monitoring and evaluation using case-study guidance and the finest, tested principles.


Benefits

This Course will provide you with:

At the end of three-day training program, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the context and perspectives on disability;
  • Understand the models and approaches to disability and development;
  • Understanding the benefits of inclusion and the values of diversity, equality and inclusion
  • Identify barriers to inclusion / mainstreaming
  • Undertake gender analysis and mainstreaming;
  • Understand and develop appropriate ACAP framework for mainstreaming disability;
  • Mainstream disability with general developmental programs of the organization;
  • Develop monitoring framework of disability inclusion;
  • Formulate an action plan with clear milestones to achieving increased inclusion of people from marginalized groups.
  • An understanding of disability mainstreaming and the relevance thereof
  • Tools to use principles of equality and equity
  • Information on inclusive approaches and whether they are practical
  • An understanding of the various sectors in which disability mainstreaming is applicable
  • Key principles in dealing with advocacy correctly

Who Should Attend

All levels of management in the development field including project managers, NGO, government and private sector workers will gain useful practical skills through this Course. Any person wanting to better their understanding in this field is also welcome to join, including consultants and freelancers.


Curriculum 

Day One

  • From Exclusion to Inclusion
  • Why Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion (DEI) are important values to nurture in every organization
  • Domains of exclusion
  • Barriers to inclusion
  • Transition to inclusion
  • Inclusive Projects

 

Day Two

  • Introduction to ACAP
  • Areas of Inclusion
  • Tools of Inclusion
  • Why four drivers of inclusion?
  • What is ACAP?
  • ACAP and empowerment

 

Day Three

  • Advocacy and Campaigning of Mainstreaming Disability
  • Networking and alliance building for mainstreaming disability
  • The Inclusion Score Card
  • Measuring levels of inclusion
  • How to use the scoring grid with case studies

 

Day Four

  • Reality of Inclusive Projects
  • Presentation on practical application of ACAP tools
  • ACAP and the Project Cycle
  • Diversifying resource base for mainstreaming disabilities at all levels in all spheres of the program and organization;
  • Introduction to the project cycle
  • ACAP and the project cycle

 

Day Five

  • Monitoring & Evaluation of Mainstreaming Projects
  • M&E Framework
  • Practical M&E group work
  • Action plan formulation

 

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