Our aim is to build an Inclusive society for all diverse persons through provision of our accessible and affordable consulting services and training for all. For this reason, we
- Use Inclusive Practices, People centered Inclusive design and accessible Technology, communication and information to respond to wide range of clients’ needs;
- Use Inclusive methodology in training and consulting – adapted to Partners’ (learning) preferences.
- We support our Partners to achieve Equity, Diversity and Inclusion by Design
Beatrix and James support organizations and agencies to nurture diversity, equity and inclusion to enhance access to services, resources, capacities, and technology for all individuals irrespective of their sex, age, different abilities, ethnicity and other diversity dimensions. We use Diversity, Equity and
James is specialised in Diversity & Disability Inclusion, Accessibility and Assistive Technology solutions. Beatrix is specialised in Humanitarian Action, Gender Diversity inclusion.
Beatrix and James support organizations, agencies, and business to nurture diversity and inclusion to enhance access to services, resources, capacities, and technology for all individuals irrespective of their sex, age, different abilities, ethnicity and other diversity dimensions.
James is an expert in Age and Disability Inclusion and Inclusive Design. Beatrix is specialized in Humanitarian Action and Gender.
- Age, gender, and disability and diversity Inclusion management in organisations and businesses;
- Accessibility and Assistive technology solutions and application of Inclusive Design;
- Humanitarian needs assessments, including quantitative/qualitative tools, and technology-based solutions;
- Information management, and monitoring and evaluation for humanitarian action.
- Design and development of Humanitarian and Development Nexus Strategies, programmes and projects
- Business Development Plan 2021-2025 for Care International in Uganda: 2020
- Gender, Diversity and inclusion briefing for Austrian Red Cross: 2020
- Gender, Diversity and Inclusion management in Humanitarian settings for Women in Development Europe-Austrian Chapter:2020
- Evaluation of the Rebuild project for SOS Children’s’ village: 2019
- Five Years into Exile. Challenges faced by Syrian refugees outside of camps in Jordan and how they and their host communities are coping. On behalf of CARE International: 2014.
- Lives Unseen: Urban Syrian Refugees and Vulnerable Host Communities Three Years Into the Syria Crisis. On behalf of CARE International: 2015.
- Development projects and programs;
- Humanitarian interventions;
- Inclusion and diversity mainstreaming initiatives.
- Successful funding proposals developed for humanitarian interventions and development projects in Jordan, Syria, Malawi, Uganda, Africa region.
- Funding insitutions: ECHO, EuropeAid, DFID, Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, SIDA, DFATD, Global Affairs Canada, OFDA, Austrian Developmen Agency, Disability Rights Fund.
- Age, gender, and disability inclusion, and diversity mainstreaming;
- Inclusive design;
- Humanitarian principles and ethics;
- Assistive and emerging technologies;
- Forced migration and asylum;
- Public policies on inclusion, accessibility, humanitarian action, forced migration etc.
- Women, work, and war. Syrian women and the struggle to survive five years of conflict. On behalf of CARE International: 2016.
- The Situation of Children with Disabilities living in Uganda. Situational analysis of the rights of children with disabilities in Uganda. With Nadège Riche. On behalf of UNICEF Uganda: 2014.
- Including the excluded. James Aniyamuzaala. Uganda: 2013.
- Strategy design processes;
- Organizational capacity assessments;
- Organizational development processes.
- Faciliated the development of a five-year strategy for the Syria Resilience Consortium.
- Facilitated the development of on Organizational Youth Policy for NUDIPU – National Union of Disabled Persons of Uganda.
- Contributed to the African Disability Continental Plan for Action.
- Contributed to the African Disability Forum Definition of Strategic Priorities.
- Contributed to the concept for the UNFPA Global Study on Youth with Disabilities and Sexual and Reproductive Health.
- Contributed to the UNDP/UNV Global Strategy for Youth Volunteers.
- Contributed to the UN HABITAT Youth Advisory Board – Disability Inclusion in the World Urban Agenda.
- Tailor-made trainings on diversity mainstreaming, age, gender, and disability inclusion, humanitarian action etc.
- Quality presentations and lectures, based on our own research and grounded in practical experience;
- Group discussions.
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“CARE in the MENA region has been working with Beatrix and 360° Access for some years now especially around the Syria crisis. Their exceptional programme understanding, knowledge as to how the many components of humanitarian work fit together, quality of work, as well as their proactive approach has been instrumental in assisting to position CARE as a lead responder to the crisis. I am sure this relationship will continue for many years to come and in many other humanitarian settings.”
360° Access OG © 2023
Beatrix Buecher-Aniyamuzaala and James Rwampigi Aniyamuzaala
Heysestrasse 16/1, 4060 Leonding, Austria
Company objective: service provision for development and humanitarian organizations.
Firmenbuchnummer/Company registration number: FN 477443
Member of: Wirtschaftskammer Oberösterreich. Fachgruppe: Unternehmensberatung, Buchhaltung und IT (UBIT) / Chamber of Commerce, Upper Austria. Specialized group: business consulting, accounting, and IT.
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