Database of disability and health organisations
You can search the organisations database by using the categories to the left or by typing an organisation's name or key areas in the search box above.

Source is an online open-content collaborative platform; that is, a voluntary association of individuals and groups working to develop a common resource on Disability and Inclusion. The structure of the platform allows anyone with an internet connection to propose new content. Please be advised that nothing found here has necessarily been reviewed by people with the expertise required to provide you with complete, accurate or reliable information. Thus, Source cannot guarantee the validity of the information found here.

Sabah Integrity Alliance Association (SINAR)


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Lot 6, Tingkat 1, Blok C, Bandar Fajar, Jalan Leila, 90000, Sandakan, Sabah, Malaysia

Sabah Integrity Alliance Association (SINAR) is a local non government organization (NGO) established in 2016 aim to help the community in various aspects of issues including welfare, humanitarian, human resources, human rights and education.

National Institute for Health Research (NIHR)


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National Institute for Health Research
Room 132
Richmond House
79 Whitehall

The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) was created in April 2006 under the 2005 Government strategy for health research: best research for health. Its mission is to improve the health and wealth of the nation through research and to provide a health research system in which the NHS supports outstanding individuals working in world-class facilities, conducting leading-edge research focused on the needs of patients and the public. The NIHR funds leading-edge scientific research, driving faster translation of basic science discoveries into tangible benefits for patients and the public and creating the best possible conditions for inward investment by the life-sciences sector. It works in partnership with many sectors including other Government funders, academia, charities and industry.



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Autism&Uni is a European-funded research project that works with young people on the autism spectrum to help them navigate the transition from school into Higher Education (HE). They have developed a toolkit and best practice guides.

The Critical Institute


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The Critical Institute
102 Suite 3
St. Catherine Street
Attard ATD2605
Malta, EU

The Critical Institute is a non-profit organisation set up and run by academics and activist practitioners. It offers a democratic and interdisciplinary platform to debate, learn and collaborate on world class critical research, teaching and practice. We engage in educational practice that is not limited to the acquisition of skills and knowledge, but one that actively questions and confronts inequalities and oppression- knowledge that has a transformative agenda.

It is especially "committed to linking research and practice as a project of praxis, motivated by real needs, dedicated to social justice through social and political change ; and seeks to achieve real and lasting ‘impact’ determined by real people on their own terms and not by research councils, universities, policy makers or politicians as we strengthen efforts at decolonizing knowledge, research and practice".

European Commission - Employment, social affairs and inclusion


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European Commission
DG Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion
B-1049 Brussels

The Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion is a Directorate-General of the European Commission. The Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion has the task of contributing to the development of a modern, innovative and sustainable European social model with more and better jobs in an inclusive society based on equal opportunities. The portfolio is responsible for matters relating to employment, social affairs, skills and labour mobility. It also includes the coordination of the European Social Fund (ESF), the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) and the management of the EU Programme for Employment and Social Innovation (EaSI), which brings together three EU programmes since 2014, namely EURES, PROGRESS and Progress Microfinance.

International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3IE)

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Delhi : 202-203, Rectangle One
D-4, Saket District Centre
New Delhi - 110017 / India

London: C/o LIDC
36 Gordon Square
London WC1H 0PD - UK

Washington, D.C.
1029 Vermont Avenue, NW
Suite 1000 - Washington , DC 20005

3ie funds impact evaluations and systematic reviews that generate evidence on what works in development programmes and why.

3ie is an international grant-making NGO promoting evidence-informed development policies and programmes. We are the global leader in funding and producing high-quality evidence of what works, how, why and at what cost in international development. We believe that better and policy-relevant evidence will make development more effective and improve people’s lives.

Since its founding in 2008, 3ie has awarded over 200 grants (146 impact evaluations, 33 systematic reviews and 38 other studies) in over 50 countries, with a total value of US$84,225,205. 

3ie has offices in New Delhi, London and Washington, DC. The three main funders of 3ie are the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, UKaid through the Department for International Development and the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.

Health Affairs


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Project HOPE — The People-to-People Health Foundation, Inc
7500 Old Georgetown Road, Suite 600
Bethesda, MD 20814

Health Affairs is a monthly peer-reviewed journal founded in 1981 under Project HOPE, a nonprofit international health education organisation. It explores health policy issues in domestic and international spheres. It aims to serve as a forum to promote analysis and discussion on improving health and health care, and to address such issues as cost, quality, and access

Department of Health Systems Financing, World health organization (WHO)


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Department of Health Systems Financing, World health organization (WHO)
20 Avenue Appia
1211-Geneva 27

Health financing systems are critical for reaching universal health coverage. Health financing levers to move closer to universal health coverage lie in three interrelated areas:

raising funds for health;
reducing financial barriers to access through prepayment and subsequent pooling of funds in preference to direct out-of-pocket payments; and
allocating or using funds in a way that promotes efficiency and equity.

Developments in these key health financing areas will determine whether health services exist and are available for everyone and whether people can afford to use health services when they need them.

Guided by the World Health Assembly resolution WHA64.9 from May 2011 and based on the recommendations from the World Health Report 2010 “Health systems financing: The path to universal coverage”, WHO is supporting countries in developing of health financing systems that can bring them closer to universal coverage.

Department of Health Policy & Management, Mailman School of Public Health - Columbia University


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Mailman School of Public Health - Columbia University Medical Center Campus
722 West 168th Street
New York, NY 10032

The Department of Health Policy & Management is home to education, research, and service programs that provide students with the skills, networks, credentials, and practical experience to obtain professional positions in today's complex and changing healthcare environment.

Value in Health

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Value in Health contains original research articles forpharmacoeconomics, health economics, and outcomes research(clinical, economic, and patient-reported outcomes/preference-based research), as well as conceptual andhealth policy articles that provide valuable information for health care decision-makers, as well as the research community. As the official journal of ISPOR, Value in Healthprovides a forum for researchers, as well as health care decision-makers, to translate outcomes research into health care decisions.

Considering Disability

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Considering Disability CIC
InTechnology Enterprise Incubation Programme
Suite S1B
Leeds Innovation Centre
103 Claredon Road

Considering Disability CIC is an organisation that tackles disability discrimination. We do this through running an academic journal, supporting volunteers, promoting disability studies and carrying out awareness raising activities to spread knowledge about disability.
Through the journal we support students and graduates to produce entry-level peer-reviewed academic research that we publish and promote.

We provide our volunteers with key skills essential to the operation of the journal and provide them with employability skills. We encourage decision making and communication on levels most young people do not access until they reach management


International Bank for Reconstruction and Development - The World Bank

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The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development was created in 1944 to help Europe rebuild after World War II. Today, IBRD provides loans and other assistance primarily to middle income countries.

IBRD is the original World Bank institution. It works closely with the rest of the World Bank Group to help developing countries reduce poverty, promote economic growth, and build prosperity.

IBRD is owned by the governments of its 189 member countries, which are represented by a 25-member board of 5 appointed and 20 elected Executive Directors.

Center for Financial Inclusion

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Center for Financial Inclusion at Accion
1101 15th Street NW
Suite 400
Washington, DC 20005 USA

"The Center for Financial Inclusion at Accion (CFI) is an action-oriented think tank working toward full global financial inclusion. Constructing a financial inclusion sector that reaches everyone with quality services will require the combined efforts of many actors. CFI contributes to full inclusion by collaborating with sector participants to tackle challenges beyond the scope of any one actor, using tools that include research, convening, capacity building, and communications"

Evidence on demand - Informing development practice, Climate and environment, infrastructure, livelihood

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IMC Worldwide Limited
64-68 London Road
Redhill, Surrey

Evidence on Demand is an international development information hub, providing access to quality assured resources relating to climate & environment, infrastructure and livelihoods. The service has been established to provide a wealth of relevant documents, learning resources and technical expertise to help those on the front line of poverty reduction make evidence-based decisions, while also informing the wider development community.

Effective policy and practice starts with solid evidence - and when it comes to climate & environment, infrastructure and livelihoods issues, we will aim to help you find much of that evidence here. Our Document Library hosts a wide range of reports, topic guides and learning materials but, if the specific information you need is not available, or you require targeted technical expertise then please drop us an email as you may be able to commission a service through our Helpdesk or Consultancy Service facilities.

Evidence on Demand is supported by the UK Department for International Development (DFID). DFID advisers are able to make use of our helpdesk services free of charge and outputs from such enquiries will be made publicly available on this website. If you would like to know more about our helpdesk services or how to engage consultants please.


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