• 50 Designers will get an opportunity to sensitize the common people for issues faced by the differently able through their designer assessable clothesline.
  • Provides an opportunity to equality/inclusion and help them to walk with their heads held high.
  • Assures you that they will steal the spotlight not because of their wheelchairs, canes or for being hearing impaired but because of their determination.
  • 50 participants with various disability such as hearing impaired, intellectually challenged, physically challenged and cerebral palsy, Arm Amputee individuals will participate challenging their own self.
  • To make the city accessible. Space that allows for free and safe movement and function,

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Asha Bajaj

Asha Bajaj

I write on national and international Health, Politics, Business, Education, Environment, Biodiversity, Science, First Nations, Humanitarian, gender, women

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