In today's world, the significance of disability-inclusive development in achieving sustainable development goals and upholding human rights has never been more crucial. This article delves into the essence of disability-inclusive development and explores the pressing need for its implementation. As we navigate through a rapidly evolving global landscape, it is essential to understand what disability-inclusive development truly entails and why it is garnering widespread attention. To shed light on this critical subject, I will draw upon insights from the stakeholders' orientation on disability-inclusive development, expertly organized and facilitated by Prayatna Nepal—an organization established in 2015. Prayatna Nepal has made significant strides in empowering visually-impaired girls and women through diverse initiatives. As a part of the overarching national and global disability rights movement, it has embraced the social and rights-based model of disability and champions the core principle of "Nothing about us without us." This article will emphasize the holistic requirements and approaches necessary to realize an inclusive society for all, fostering an environment where no one is left behind.
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