Advocacy for Women with Disabilities Initiative, Nigeria

Association d’Aide a l’Education de l’Enfant Handicape, Cameroon and France

Association of Disabled Females International, Liberia

Congolese Association for the Liberation and Development of Handicapped Women

Disabled Women in Africa

Disabled Women Support Organisation, Zimbabwe

Ethiopian Women with Disabilities National Association

National Union of Women with Disabilities of Uganda

Network of African Women with Disabilities

Women Challenged to Challenge, Kenya


SHYRAK Association of Women with Disabilities, Kazakhstan

Society for Disabled Women Pakistan

Women with Disabilities India Network


Women With Disabilities Australia

Women With Disabilities Australian Capital Territory

Women With Disabilities Victoria, Australia


“Agate” Center for women with special needs NGO, Armenia

Association d’Aide a l’Education de l’Enfant Handicape, Cameroon and France

Sisters of Frida, UK

North America:

DisAbled Women’s Network, Canada

Women Enabled International, USA

Women Pushing Forward, USA


Arab Organization of Persons with Disabilities

Disabled People’s International

Enthinderungsselbsthilfe von Autisten für Autisten

International Disability Alliance

Little People of Kosovo

MindFreedom International

National Council for Persons with Physical Disabilities in South Africa

Pan African Network of Users and Survivors of Psychiatry

People With Disability Australia

Rehabilitation International

Respectful Interfaces, USA

World Network of Users and Survivors of Psychiatry


Australia for All

Advocacy for Inclusion, Canberra, Australia

Center for Persons with Disabilities, Utah State University, USA

Center for the Human Rights of Users and Survivors of Psychiatry, USA

Center for the Right to Health, Nigeria

DPA New Zealand

Human Rights Watch, Disability Rights, USA

National Forum of Organizations Working with the Disabled, Bangladesh

Shanta Memorial Rehabilitation Centre, India

United States International Council on Disabilities, USA

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  1. Patricia L. Buczynski

     /  11 December, 2013

    I am conducting a study of the effect of adult onset disability on the sense of self or identity
    of women . Very little research has been conducted on pre-disability identity and post-iidentity effect on women who live their life as an physical or mental non-disabled individual and through trauma or onset of a genetic condition must live their life as an disabled person. Because this area has not been explored I would like women of all ages from 21 years and above to email me their experiences in narrative forms. I would like them to adress three concepts of identity formation in terms of how their llife may have changed or if it didn’t change: 1) their overall confidence (work, school, interacting with others);2) their conception of their own body and how they appeared to others;; and,
    3) their confidence or comfort in sex an with significant other.

    My name is Patricia Buczynski, Ph.D. I became disabled as an adult. I have published in the area of identity formation. I am a member of APA and also the Division on Psychology of Disability of Psychology. I currently conduct independent research. There needs to be more information on what women go through after facing a disability in adulthood. Does her overall sense of self change? How do people view her now? Can she still maintain her position, her career?

    My email address is; my phone number is 517-215-6555.
    If there is anything that yo can do to advertise my study it would be most helpful. All the results will be confidential. Women are encouraged to go into as much detail as they feel comfortable with to tell their story. Demographics such as age, sexual orientation, single or time with partner of either sex would be helpful.

  2. I am Ndi Veronica Ngum,a woman with a club foot deformity and the program officer for Coordinating Unit of Associations of Persons with Disabilities (CUAPWD) in Bamenda,Cameroon. I am also the secretory of the North West Association of Women with Disabilities (NWAWWD) and would like to register both organizations under your network.Please give me a feed back on what to do at:

  3. awwdiwomen

     /  13 July, 2019

    My name is Patience Dickson, a woman with physical disability and coordinator of Advocacy for women with disabilities initiative (AWWDI), A national program for women and girls with disabilities in Nigeria. We would like to register our organization with the network please. We are already part of the INWWD group. Please kindly respond via:

    • Hi Patience,
      thank you for your interest. We are not that formal that we have formal registrations. Glad you are already part of the INWWD yahoo group.


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