Transparent and accountable.

Our annual reports.

Thanks to you, we are supporting disability activists working to fight discrimination and ensure every disabled person gets a fighting chance at living their best life. Whether you send your donations every month, organise events to raise money or fund specific projects, you’re making a difference.

We are committed to being an open and transparent organisation and are a member of the International Aid Transparency Initiative.

2015. A snapshot.

2015 was an incredible year. After joining a self-help group or receiving support from ADD, we see that attitudes are shifting:

Self confidence

25k disabled people have reported higher levels of self-confidence.

Relationships

29,949 disabled people have reported better relationships with their family. 

Respect

30,870 disabled people have reported higher levels of respect from community members.

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83 pence of every pound raised has gone directly to support the disability movement internationally.

In 2015:

Previous Reports.

Read how your support is helping to change lives and how we're influencing international development policies worldwide and find out how our work is funded. 

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Annual reports for our Country Programmes.

Some of our country programmes produce reports to keep you up to date with our achievements. 

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A woman sewing from our tailoring project

International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI)

The International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) has been set up by a group of leading international development organisations, with the aim of making information about aid spending easier to access, use and understand. ADD International adheres to IATI's principles and guidelines, and has developed an exclusion policy

 

Projects. Stories. See more.

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Our projects

Our innovative approach and projects are changing the lives of disabled people around the world. 

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About ADD International

For the world's forgotten minority. Our aim is to achieve positive and lasting change in the lives of disabled people, especially those living in poverty.

Our Story

For nearly 30 years we at ADD have devoted our passion and programmes to standing alongside disabled people living in extreme poverty.

Our approachHow we support disability activists

Working locally. Changing lives globally. Read more.

Our Theory of Change

What are the building blocks that make change happen in the lives of disabled people? See how we make an impact.

Our strategy

The framework which guides and focus our work as we respond to the needs of the disability movement.