Category: How to Design, Implement & Monitor Social Change Projects

How to design, implement, monitor, and evaluate disability-oriented social change projects
  • Advocacy and Lobbying
    • This manual has been developed by the Secretariat for use in advocacy and lobbying workshops. PDF format.
  • Advocacy Tools and Guidelines: Promoting Policy Change
    • The manual suggests a framework for identifying policy goals, creating a plan of action, and effectively building a case for change. PDF format
  • Capacity Building Manual
    • This brief manual is aimed to help organizations understand how they can apply the concepts for capacity building by following 10 steps. It looks at capacity as a much broader concept than just competence or knowledge. Word document format.
  • Capacity Development and Partnership
    • This guide is aimed at Handicap International’s teams in the field and at head office as well as its partners: It facilitates the analysis of their capacity development activities in order to encourage them to position themselves, define a strategy, and identify realistic prospects. PDF format.
  • Capacity Development and Partnership: Overview and Methodology
    • While this document is primarily a guide for staff members of Handicap International, it also contains a practical guide made up of four theme-based chapters containing questions relating to definitions examples of “capacity development.”
  • Doing the ‘What is Disability’ Project – A Project Guide
    • This is guide explains one approach to best teach people of different ethnicities about disability. The short summary touches upon how to make people improve situtations for such discourse and also benefit from feedback from your lessons. Word document format.
  • LFA Manual - Logical Framework Analysis
    • A tool for project design, planning and monitoring. This manual attempts to present how one works with the design and implementation of projects in an effective and efficient way. PDF format.
  • Manual for Evaluation of Disability Programmes
    • This manual aims to help people understand what evaluation is and how it can be done. It will provide you with basic knowledge of the types of evaluation that an organisation should undertake. It also presents the tools available and how they can be used. PDF format.
  • Planning for Success
    • Guides disabled people's organizations through the process of using participatory methods to create a successful plan for a project. Explains why participatory methods can be helpful even if your organization already thinks it knows what project to do and how to do it. Written in simple, accessible language. PDF format.
  • Resource Kit No. 2: Consultation and Influence
    • This resource kit aims to help disabled people's organisations and their direct representatives in their work to gain opportunities equal to those of non-disabled people and to make sure that people with disabilities can participate fully in community life. PDF format
  • Resource Kit No.3: Campaigns
    • This kit focuses on campaigns organised by persons with disabilities which promote our independence, equality of opportunity and full participation.The kit gives the reader some ideas for campaigns, things to be considered if you are to run a successful campaign and some real-life examples. PDF format.
  • Resource Kit No.4: Organisation Building
    • This page guides disabled people's organizations (DPOs) that wish to improve their structure, how they work, how they train and develop individuals to benefit the group, and how the organization can improve its ability to change the community and the lives of people with disabilities. This toolkit is written for members of both big and small DPOs. Written in simple, accessible language.
  • Self-Help Organizations of Disabled Persons
    • This publication has been prepared to promote and support the self-help movement of people with disabilities in Asia and the Pacific.
  • Strategy and principles for the development work of The Danish Association of the Physically Disabled 2017 to 2020
    • DHF works for full equality and integration of Persons with disabilities (PWD's) so we can enjoy all human and freedom rights on equal terms with others. This must be done on the basis of the UN Disability Convention and according to the statutes of DHF.