Our Motto: One step can change a life
Poverty alone is not a comprehensive marker of deprivation. Ethnicity, gender, religion, place of residence, disability status, age, HIV/AIDS status, sexual orientation or other stigmatised markers, confer disadvantage that excludes people from a range of processes and opportunities. All our programme adopt the process of social inclusion that helps to empower people to take advantage of their life, rights and equal distribution of resources, ensuring people have a voice in decisions which affect their lives and enjoy equal access in society. CIPaD has particular focus on disability and gender inclusion in our programme, as women and girls, and people with disabilities, are often on the margins of society and can benefit the most from inclusive CIPaD’s programmes.