Matchmaking service for persons with disabilities launched in Pakistan
June 7, 2016
Pakistan's matrimonial matchmaking service Azauj has launched an exclusive platform for people with disabilities. Besides matchmaking, the platform will also tackle various issues related to married people with disabilities.
The founder says she hopes to enable better matchmaking as well as provide a progressive platform to challenge stereotypes.
The Azauj team has undergone extensive training on being sensitive to the special needs of people with disabilities
Azauj, which means spouse, is being supported by the government and is currently available in Pakistan, the UK and the US> The service is also available online.
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