The National Council of and for Persons with Disabilities (NCPD) was established in 1939 to shape South Africa into a country where persons with disabilities have access to equal opportunities and rights.
For the past 84 years, we have run awareness programmes, advocacy, promoted universal access and facilitated economic participation for and with persons with disabilities.
Our mission is to drive equitable social and economic inclusion of persons with disabilities. Our vision is a diverse South African society built on equality, equity and free from discrimination, in which persons with disabilities are recognised as an integral part of society. An all-inclusive and equitable society where the human rights of all are upheld and protected. Collaboration for Social and Economic Inclusion for Persons with Disabilities through our programmes and services. This is all done through service delivery, advocacy and campaigns for awareness and funding.
An all-inclusive and equitable society where the human rights of all are upheld and protected.
Advocating, lobbying and raising awareness for and with Persons with Disabilities in achieving collaborative social and economic inclusion through innovation, partnerships, research, development and services.