Prejudice Hinders the Selling of Products Created by Disabled People in Martuni
May 4, 13:00

Though great efforts are made to create job opportunities for disabled people in Martuni, Gegharkunik, prejudice hinders projects to achieve the main goal. Ten people with disabilities work at Ighdz – a social enterprise of clothes production and color printing founded in August 2014 – which suffers decrease in work capacity because of prejudice.

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