ADRF is implementing a Democracy Commission Small Grant initiative, supported by US Embassy in Albania, that will focus primarily on employers, equipping them with legal knowledge and tools to make job profiles and make appropriate accommodation of candidates with disabilities thus supporting them to comply with the quota obligation of employment of PWD. It will be and individual/ tailored made support for each of the 50 employers targeted.

In January 2023, the Albanian Disability Rights Foundation, together with partner organizations in the Western Balkans, HANDIKOS Kosova, Polio Plus Macedonia and the Albanian National Association of Deaf People, have started the implementation of the project "Disability Alliances for the Development of Comprehensive Reforms in the Region" (DADIRR), which is implemented within the SMART Balkans regional program.

From May 2022, ADRF is working to implement the project “Inform and empower persons with disabilities to claim and receive social care services”. This project is implemented under “Leave no one behind 2” program of UNDP, financed by the Swiss Development Cooperation Agency. 

Albanian Disability Rights Foundation &National Agency for Employment and Skills together with the Municipality of Tirana are implementing the project ”Advance Social and Labour Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities”, that will be run for 26 months through the financial support of the European Union in Albania.

As part of the Joint United Nations Program “Noone Left Behind” ADRF is implementing a project that aims to ensure that the members of the Inter-Ministerial Working Group for “An Environment Accessible to All” are well-coordinated and guided for the successful implementation, monitoring and reporting of the Three-Year Accessibility Plan to contribute in the removal of the barriers for persons with disabilities, for their social inclusion in the life of the country. 

In March 2020, ADRF together with other partner organizations in the region, the Agency for Cooperation, Education and Development (ACED) in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Balkan Independent Disability Forum, The Center for Independent Living (CIL) in Serbia, the Association of Para and Tetraplegics (SUPCG) in Montenegro, POLIO PLUS in Macedonia and the Information Center for People with Disabilities LOTOS -Tuzla in Bosnia and Herzegovina, funded by EU, has started to implement the Western Balkans Disability Movement for European Integration project, that aims to contribute to democratic stabilization and EU accession of Balkans countries by strengthening the civil society participation in decision and policy making processes at all government levels.

The Albanian Disability Rights Foundation (ADRF), in cooperation with the Centre for the Rights of Roma Women (CRRW) and the Alliance Against the Discrimination of LGBT Community (LGBT Alliance), is implementing the project “Promotion of the Rights of Women from the Vulnerable Groups about the Information on the Services Provided for the Abused Women and the Access to these Services”; this is a project that is being implemented within the initiative “Ending Violence against Women in the Western Balkans and Turkey – Implementing Norms, Changing Minds”, funded by the European Commission and implemented by UN Women.

ADRF in partnership with the National Federation of Associations of Persons with Physical Disabilities(MEOSZ) in Hungary, the association Quip from the Czech Republic and Association Institute for Independent Living in Poland is  implementing the project “ Network for equal recognition before law of persons with disabilities in Albania, Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland”.

Since April 2029, FSHDPAK is implementing the project "Community Policing and Limited Ability - Partnership for Inclusion", with the support of FCG Swedish Development AB / PMT and through funding from the Swedish Government. The initiative aims to improve relations and foster cooperation between the State Police and the community of people with disabilities, to ensure access and inclusion.

Albanian Disability Rights Foundation (ADRF) with the financial support of UNDP / Austrian Development Agency (ADA) offers free legal aid to the Fier District Court for:

The Albanian Disability Rights Foundation (ADRF) has provided the wheelchair supply service for persons with disabilities since 1996 in the whole country. From 2017, persons with disabilities have benefited this service, thanks to the support of the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Days Saints (LDS) and the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare through the Tirana District.

The project “Capacity Building of the Civil Society for the Implementation of Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Albania” supported by the European Union and implemented in partnership with the World Vision Albania (WVA), Albanian Disability Rights Foundation (ADRF), and the Association for the Protection of Rights of Persons with Disabilities (MEDPAK) aims at creating and strengthening the organizational network of civil society, organizations of persons with disabilities, as well as the individuals with disabilities in the regions of Berat, Korça, Lezha and Dibra to enable them to play an active role as the following: (1) observers of the implementation of policies and legal framework at the central and local level; (2) active participants in decision-making processes when policies are drafted and budgets are planned for the disabled persons; (3) lobbyists and protectors of the rights of persons with disabilities when these rights are not guaranteed or when they are affected.

Since December 2017, through the project "Empowering People with Disabilities through Information and Awareness", ADRF, with the support and cooperation of UNDP is working to empower people with disabilities in the municipalities of Debar, Ura Vajgurore and Përmet , in order for them to REQUEST and TAKE IT/ BENEFIT THE RIGHT SOCIAL SERVICES by the local authorities, thus contributing to their social inclusion. This project is being implemented under the “Leave No One Behind” program - a United Nations Joint Program, funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC).

Through a UNDP grant, ADRF is exploring opportunities within the ADRF employment program, but also to raise awareness among other NGOs in the disability sector, to create a social enterprise as an opportunity to address a cause. social, such as employment, as well as to guarantee sustainability.