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Centre for Accessibility Monitoring and Information on Disability (CAMID) was established in 2005 as an spin-off organization of a project of HI – Humanity Inclusion (referred to as Handicap International), which focused on disability and inclusion in the eastern province and Hambantota district of Sri Lanka. The key areas of CAMID operations include: i) Capacity building and awareness raising for strengthening community based organisations (CBOs) and disable people’s organizations (DPOs); ii) Advocacy, networking and information services for visibility and inclusion of persons with disability; iii) Facilitate access to mainstream services by ensuring rights-based practices in the service sector; and iv) Consulting for other organisations that promote disability inclusion and reconciliation efforts in the country. CAMID has resource pool comprising experts in the sectors of disability, gender, livelihood development, health and social development, human rights and advocacy, social research, etc.