Myanmar NGO introduces business initiative for disabled
October 26, 2017
A recent study showed that most of the disabled people were given lower wages due to their disability. Also, they don't have equal right to employment training and programs for a living.
In order to bring a change, a non-government organisation (NGO) from Myanmar has introduced a business initiative to help disabled people earn income to make a living and be independent in life.
The Myanmar Independent Living Initiative (MILI) has started its Disability Inclusive Business Initiative (DIBI) to help find jobs for disabled people in the areas of car rental service, publishing and music band performances.
The initiative aims to create an inclusive society that allows disabled people to make use of their abilities and skills.
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