This Special Appeal sums up the ICRC's approach to addressing the needs of persons with disabilities, including the social and economic aspects of inclusion and participation, and its funding requirement for related activities in 2016. Previously, related Special Appeals focused on mine action, particularly activities to prevent and mitigate the effects of mines, cluster munitions and explosive remnants of war (ERW). Over the past few years, however, disability inclusion has received increased international attention. Thus, as begun in 2015, this Special Appeal covers the funding requirements for physical rehabilitation activities for all persons with disabilities – including people injured by clashes, mines or ERW, and other victims of violence – as well as for initiatives related to mine action. Furthermore, it summarizes the ICRC’s wider approach to addressing the needs of persons with disabilities, particularly its efforts to facilitate their social and economic inclusion. This document also mentions the activities of the ICRC MoveAbility Foundation (formerly known as the ICRC Special Fund for the Disabled, or SFD), an organization that is supported by the ICRC as part of the latter’s strategy for physical rehabilitation; information on MoveAbility’s relationship with the ICRC and on its activities can be found on page 24 and on its website.