This guide is meant to orient humanitarian and disability organizations towards inclusion. It oﬀers a framework to use for understanding disability inclusion in humanitarian response, and maps out the points for interventions that can change the system as a whole. It brings together international perspectives with what worked in Mozambique. With its references and perspectives, it can be used as a tool in advocacy and capacity-building. After reading this guide, readers will hopefully have many more questions about how to take initiatives forward. References to further information is provided, but many of the solutions will come through following the recommendations of this guide: working together and ensuring participation of persons with disabilities. You can either read the full copy, or relate to the 2-page summary of learnings.