ComplyPOD can help charities and social enterprises to monitor, promote and enable better accessibility for disabled people

Charities have traditionally taken a leading role in the safeguarding and promotion of equal rights of disabled and elderly people. Our software can achieve huge cost savings for charities and allow them to reach areas previously unreachable. We recommend the use of building audits and compliance software’s to create awards and certification that incentivizes better accessibility by giving businesses a way of promoting their achievements, with the eventual winner being the disabled community. 

What can charities do to promote better accessibility?

Charities can take a role in promoting better accessibility and incentivizing best practice through awards and ceremonies

Government Authorities, Operators and facilities management companies that manage large numbers of assets can increase efficiency by digitizing their compliance monitoring using an automated audit and database. 

Ministries and Charities can incentivize good accessibility with an awards program with ceremonies and rewards for best buildings and businesses.

Businesses and government employers looking to increase diversity and improve inclusion within organizations can ensure their building environments are inclusive to new disabled employees

Corporate brands can provide necessary information about their stores of venues by using an audit across their portfolio of buildings to create access directories and attract new disabled visitors.

Recommended Products for Charities

Charities can take a role in promoting better accessibility and incentivizing best practice through awards and ceremonies

Building Audit

A single audit for business owners and employers to understand access problems of new or existing buildings. All building audits include bespoke action plans to access online universal design codes and guidance.

Compliance Database

Accessibility compliance databases are aimed at for government agencies, project developers, freezone authorities and asset managers that need to regulate compliance for multiple buildings or areas.

Tools and Templates

Online digital tools to help building owners improve accessibility. Tools include universal design guidance, ready made templates, calculators, augmented reality floor layouts and more. 

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The Benefit to Charities

Charities can use ComplyPOD to promote good accessibility for all their citizens across their remit

What social enterprises and government organizations are helping disabled people in the UAE?

Community Development Authority

​​​The Community Development Authority (CDA) was founded by a decree of H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai in July 2008. CDA is responsible for setting up and developing a framework for social development, and aims to achieve the goals outlined in the Dubai Strategic Plans.

Zayed Higher Organization for People of Determination

H.H. Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed A​l Nahyan, President, issued, during his tenure as Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, the Law No. (2) dated April 19, 2004, establishing Zayed Higher Organization for People of Determination (ZHO) in the emirate of Abu Dhabi, as an umbrella for all humanitarian bodies, social services, people of determination institutions and any future bodies established in Abu Dhabi for humanitarian goals. 

Dubai Club for People of Determination

Established in 1993, the Dubai Club for The Disabled aims to rehabilitate the disabled both physically and mentally to play their developmental role in the community in sports, cultural and social fields. The Club spared no efforts to devote all available capabilities to members depending on their disabilities, and provide a wide range of sports suit their abilities. The Club is keen on participating in all sports competitions both locally and internationally leading the Club athletes to ascend podiums in local and international forums. Additionally, the Club paid attention to the cultural level of its members, as it is a component of human development.


The first digital hub of inclusion in MENA. The Iminclusive App connects persons with disabilities (People of Determination) to inclusive jobs and opportunities.


ImInclusive was launched in Abu Dhabi, UAE, and incubated at the inaugural first-of its-kind social incubation center, Ma’an. Ma’an translates to “Together” in English. Today, ImInclusive successfully operates in multiple communities.

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