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<p style=”text-align: center;”>Based on my personal experience-In most cases persons with disabilities are not consulted by their governments on decisions that affected their daily lives. My view is that the voice of persons with disabilities is often subdued/ignored or not heard therefore, development partners need to invest in promoting self-advocacy for persons with disabilities and co-production with persons with disabilities. In being power brokers, developmental partners could enhance buy-in and stimulate political will from governments hopefully leading to more disability inclusive approaches.</p>