Switzerland started applying the OECD DAC disability policy marker in 2018. The disability marker is a statistical tool of the OECD, which allows OECD countries to assess to what extent their projects and programmes are disability inclusive. It also gives an overview of much funding is dedicated to disability inclusion.
In 2019, 3% of all Swiss development projects aimed to be disability inclusive. The Factsheet provides an analysis of the application of the marker by Switzerland thus far, and makes some recommendations to ensure the consistent, comprehensive and quality marking of projects.