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Living Independently And Being Included In The Community

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Welcome on National Forum of Women with Disabilities (NFWWD)

National Forum of Women with Disabilities (NFWWD) is a National Network of Disabled People’s Organizations (DPOs) like-minded governmental and non-governmental local and International Organizations that include mainstreaming of women with disabilities in their mandate. Established in 2009 To ensure full and equal inclusion and participation of women with disabilities in the development process, dynamic and effective strategies for the promotion and empowerment of women with disabilities all over the country and will be adopted international forum through developing a cooperation mechanism.

Our Vision

National Forum of Women with Disabilities (NFWWD) envisions a just and inclusive society, where women with disabilities live with dignity, respect, and equality.

Our Mission

Our mission is empowering women with disabilities through policy reforms and advocacy in all over the country.

Our Objective

To promote the national cooperation (Punjab, Sindh, KPK, Baluchistan and GB) on women with disability related concerns through strengthening and facilitating Disabled People’s Organizations (DPOs).

Emerging Concept of Women Leaders with Disabilities

Considering the estimation of 2010 within the global population ‘more than a billion people are living with some form of disability, or about 15% of the world’s population’(WHO, WB 2011:7). Women outnumber men, as in the developing countries, women constitute up to three quarters of all persons with disabilities. Between 65% and 70% of these women with disabilities live in rural areas.

Pakistan has a population of 1.8million of which persons with disabilities make up 10 percent. Of this population women and children account for (please put percentage). They are living in the most vulnerable conditions which makes everyday living a challenge in itself. In this situation, persons with disabilities are excluded from the mainstream of education, health and development.

Messages of Mentors