Special People Needs Help

People with disabilities face particular challenges in many fields especially in developing countries. Disabled people may encounter discrimination and barriers to full participation in skills training and employment programmes. Every year the entire world celebrates a day for the disabled people enthusiastically on the other hand nobody helps them, especially in developing countries. All the governments as well as other welfare organizations for special persons only pay lip service to this cause without taking any practical steps.

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Being a special class of disabled person. I request to the government institutions and in addition to private organizations to create home-based jobs opportunities for the disabled people, most of whom are unable to go to a remote workplace. Most of the developed countries have special job arrangements for the disabled people, and these institutions must have to take serious steps in this regard because we (special persons) can play an important role improving the country’s economic conditions.

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Appeal to Secretary General United Nations:

I have sent many online applications to sub-organizations of United Nations. Like UNDP, ILO etc. The authorities of such organizations did not call me even for an interview. They totally ignore my request. Then why to celebrate world disabled day, what is the purpose of celebrating International disabled day every year. I appeal to the authorities of these sub organizations of UN, Please at least call the Disabled People for interview. I hope that Secretary General United Nations will take serious and concrete steps in this regard.

Letters to the Editors THE EXPRESS TRIBUNE PAKISTAN

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About khaproojanu

Assalm-o-Alaikum: My name is Zafar Ullah Khan. I am the Person with Special Needs. I am interested in Blogging, Articles writing, web content writer, and MS-office applications. I have Master degree in Political science and Graduate degree in Economics.
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