Recruiting persons with disabilities is a “win-win-win” situation for business owners. This is the message of Handicap International’s forum for employers at BTONE Café in Baras, Rizal, last October 24.
Mayors, disability advocates, and government officials recently shared insights on how to foster disability-inclusive employment in Rizal province.
Going disability inclusive is a triple win for businesses. That’s the message of the latest brochure published by Handicap International’s REBUILD Project. The brochure is designed for employers who might not know about the benefits of becoming a “disability-inclusive business.”
When Angelito Donaldo “Kuya Boy” Roxas met an accident some years back, hope for survival was almost nil. “My heart stopped three times!” One miracle later, Kuya Boy was on his way to become the first elected president of his town’s organization of people with disabilities.
Clothes vendor and tailor Dindo Alibanto talks about how Handicap International’s REBUILD Project has given his family a new life out of old clothes.
After giving encouragement to victims of typhoon Haiyan in Tacloban City and Eastern Samar, renowned armless pilot Jessica Cox met with people with disabilities in Baras, Rizal.