NIDWAN works for the groups having multiple and intersecting identities and builds synergy both at the grassroots and global level collectively with various organizations and relevant stakeholders by cross-movement collaboration. NIDWAN envisions a world where our multiple and intersectional identities are put at the centre and our voices are being heard at all levels and everyone of us are included, welomed and respected.
Today, NIDWAN works for the groups having multiple identities and building synergy, both at the grassroots and global level collectively with various minority group organizations and with all relevant stakeholders by cross-movement collaboration. . NIDWAN is involved in development delivery works that advocate and empower our kind, encouraging meaningful participation from these women and respecting the diversity and collective identity of each individual.
NIDWAN has dedicated its activities to the inclusion of Marginalised groups in various aspects of society. They foster cross movements with other organizations to bridge the gap between the most marginalized, especially young women, Indigenous Women and Women with Disabilities, with the rest of the society. We work with Women, Indigenous Peoples (IPOs), Disabled People led Organizations (DPOs), Youth organizations and other grass-root networks and alliances, the Government and Academia to mainstream issues of youth, gender, disability, ethnicity and other marginalized matters at all levels. NIDWAN has targeted all its activities for Underrepresented groups which refers to:
Indigenous Women with Disabilities
Indigenous Peoples with Disabilities
Women with disabilities
People with disabilities
NIDWAN is a member of the National Federation of Disabled Nepal (NFDN), Asia Indigenous Women Network (AIWN), Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID) Feminist Global Network and Indigenous Peoples with Disabilities Global Network (IPWDGN)