Advancing disability rights and leadership globally®

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MIUSA administers the National Clearinghouse on Disability and Exchange (NCDE), a project to increase the participation of people with disabilities in all types of travel with a purpose. Our online resource aim to make international programs – and the world – more accessible and inclusive for all.

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Best Practices

MIUSA and MADRE are merging disability rights and women's rights movements through our innovative partnership.

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Best Practices

WILD women are change agents in their communities. They return home with specific plans and practical action steps for increasing inclusion and achievement of rights for women with disabilities at local, national and international levels. They are addressing critical issues, such as civil and human rights advocacy, reproductive health, education, literacy, economic empowerment, HIV/AIDS and gender-based violence.

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Best Practices

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