An integrated social service reform process launched by the Government of Armenia in 2012 created an institutional platform for the alignment of the disability assessment model in the country with a rights-based model informed by the CRPD and the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF).
This initiative focused on supporting a new policy environment in Bhutan conducive to the fulfillment of the rights and principles enshrined in the Convention for the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD).
By fostering a multi-stakeholder approach, the project brings together the capacities and comparative advantages of four UN agencies -UNDP, UNFPA, UNICEF, WHO in partnership with UNV and under the UNRCO’s coordination -and key government and non-government stakeholders at national, local and community levels u
There is currently insufficient data in national statistical systems in Bolivia to able to get a full picture of the current situation regarding prevalence of disabilities. Without such data available, the possibilities of the government to design and implement policies that are inclusive are impeded.
The programme focuses on one of the major gaps in the UN Disability Rights Initiative Cambodia (DRIC) programme: access to justice and accessible mechanisms to protect the rights of persons with disabilities, including in detention.