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Leadership programme for differently abled women launched

DNMUM439135 | 7/12/2019 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :376

IN A FIRST: Programme is an extension of Rising Flame’s work with women with disabilities in India

On Thursday afternoon, at the click of a button, six women got into a year-long first-of-its-kind national leadership programme in India for women with disabilities. I Can Lead, an initiative by Rising Flames, which looks to give opportunities to women in India with disabilities was launched online through Facebook from Mumbai. Recorded messages of Rekha Sharma, chairperson for the national commission for women and Kamla Bhasin were played.
“Women with special abilities they really have rare chances to go out and work because of the mindset of the people. The way they are treated starting from family and outside. Not many are working in this field and I am happy that a program is being launched. They can look to contribute
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