The Engendering Disability-Inclusive Development (EDID) partnership builds on established relationships with NGOs, policy makers, and researchers to improve the lives of diverse girls and women with disabilities in Canada, Haiti, South Africa, and Vietnam by: 1) uncovering, co-creating and mobilizing knowledge about their struggles for and progress toward disability- inclusive development and 2) engendering and implementing disability-inclusive development policies that are critical to removing these barriers and creating the conditions for inclusion and participation. Within the Vietnam case studies, we will examine how diverse women and girls with disabilities in Vietnam have participated in decision-making processes in relation to their social, cultural, and political lives to foster gender equality and transformative justice in their communities. Using intersectional and decolonial disability studies, along with critical policy studies, we aim to co-create alternative forms of knowledges with diverse girls and women with disabilities about their struggles for inclusion and identify levels of changes that are required in order to build and transform disadvantaged communities in the global South. This partnership is created among the University of Guelph, Carleton University, and Hanoi Association of People with Disabilities (DP Hanoi) in Vietnam.