This project holds the potential to better the lives of the more than 23 million Indonesians living with a disability by improving the quality and use of data related to disability. This in turn should improve projects run by government agencies, non-profit organizations, and advocacy groups dedicated to disability rights.
As a methodology, it introduces novel approaches for stakeholders to understand and address the needs of people with disabilities. Operationally, the project supports training, the inclusion of people with disabilities and fosters stronger partnerships with disability networks. Much more broadly, it helps establish a comprehensive disability data ecosystem in Indonesia, aiding policy decisions and advocacy efforts related to Sustainable Development Goals.