In Pakistan, estimates of the number of persons living with disabilities varies between 3.3m and 27m, of which almost 70% of women with disabilities live in rural areas. Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) was adopted in 2008 and ratified in 2011 by Pakistan, stressing the importance for their equal participation in society, and to remove barriers to their inclusion. Currently the UN Country Team (UNCT) in Pakistan is working with the government of Pakistan in implementing the SDGs. Mainstreaming CRPD guidance through the UNCT, with support from the advocacy platform of the UN Human Rights Task Force (HRTF) and will ensure that concerns around disability exclusion and inequality at institutional, attitudinal, physical and legal levels are addressed. The project interlinks three distinct influencers, namely the civil society and disabled persons organizations (DPO) movement with the UN system that in turn links with government enablers.