National Centre for Promotion of Employment for Disabled People
The International Day of Persons with Disabilities is celebrated every year on 3rd December since 1992. Proclaimed and promoted by the United Nations, this international observance is marked the world over to intensify efforts aimed at sustained effective action with a view to improving the situation of persons with disabilities. For India which is home to over 70 million people with disabilities, with few rights, few entitlements, and even fewer opportunities, this day assumes a greater significance, creating visibility and awareness on the issues faced by people with different disabilities before a larger audience.
The UN Expert Group on Disability Data and Statistics, Monitoring and Evaluation finds that ‘data disaggregated by disability in all areas will be essential to ensure progress is measured and persons with disabilities are not left behind in future mainstream development programmes.
The “Missing Millions” can only be identified if substantial effort is being put on “Leaving no one behind”.
Come join us and be part of the ‘Missing Million Campaigns‘. Be a changemaker by being a part of our campaign and support us amplify its impact at different levels!