Over 585,600 people were supported with medical and rehabilitation services.
Over 157,300 assistive devices were provided.
Over 1.8 million people received eye-related medical services.
Over 2.1 million people were protected from Neglected Tropical Diseases.
Over 122,000 sight-restoring cataract surgeries were carried out.
Over 29,100 people were provided with community mental health services: over 14,600 women and girls and over 14,500 men and boys
Over 27,000 people were empowered through peer support groups.
Over 19,300 people with disabilities were supported to earn a living or access financial support, including over 10,000 women and girls, and over 9,300 men and boys.
Over 113,800 people were reached with disability-inclusive emergency relief.
Over 5,720 children and adults with disabilities were enabled to go to school, including over 2,640 women and girls, and over 3,080 men and boys.
Over 4,400 teachers received inclusive education-related training. 
Over 14,000 health workers were trained.