The Asian Paralympic Committee (APC) has launched its new strategic plan which will guide the organisation until 2023.
It follows the announcement of the International Paralympic Committee's own new strategic direction in July.
Called "Make for an inclusive Asia through Para-sport", the APC plan is aligned closely with the IPC's "Make for an inclusive world through Para-sport' vision.
The APC hope to "lead the Paralympic Movement in Asia", deliver "successful and sustainable" Asian Para Games and support National Paralympic Committees "to achieve sporting excellence from grassroots to elite level".
Their new plan has also listed three new "values" for the APC – solidarity, diversity and sustainability.
These are designed to "specifically meet the needs of the region whilst complementing the Paralympic values".
Five strategic priorities have been laid out, including enhancing the impact of the Paralympic Movement in Asia.
Improving the standard of the Asian Para Games while leaving a legacy is another goal, as well as driving a "cultural shift" through Para-sport for an "inclusive" Asia.
Strengthening the APC's brand and that of the Asian Para Games is also wished for, as well as developing "excellence" in the organisation and its operations and governance.
"The Paralympic Movement in Asia has been growing rapidly, fuelled in part by having three Paralympic Games in quick succession in our region," said APC President Majid Rashed.
"However, there is still a long way to go to ensure that Asian Para-athletes get the opportunities and recognition that they deserve.
"Our new strategic plan will shape the APC's activity through to 2023 to make sure that the organisation is focused on doing everything that we can to grow, develop and sustain the Movement right across Asia.
"We're looking forward to delivering the plan on behalf of our members and for the benefit of Asian Para-athletes."
The APC began work on their new plan at their General Assembly in February, with outside expert Hatim Abdulrahim leading the process.
In November, the APC's Board principally approved the new plan.
"We welcome the new strategic plan and the sharper focus that it puts on our executive team to deliver on behalf of the Paralympic Movement in Asia," said APC chief executive Tarek Souei.
"We are a very diverse region and face many different challenges but we all share the same vision to use the power of Para-sport to drive inclusion not just for Para-athletes but for all people with impairment across the region.
"We saw this power in action in Indonesia in 2018 at the Asian Para Games and are determined to build on this for the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Para Games."