Self-employment for Disabled People: Experiences from Africa and Asia
International Labour Office, 1989 - Business & Economics - 85 pages
Using 16 case studies this book shows how disabled people can succeed in business and points the way towards economic self reliance. It offers advice to rehabilitation specialists and planners as well as surveying rehabilitation institutes to examine how far they meet the needs of disabled clients.
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The purpose of this book
What do disabled entrepreneurs need?
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