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India: The story of a social entrepreneur

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Good Morning friends,

In this morning taking my first cafe in the company of you, I would like to tell the story of Javed Abidi a social entrepreneur. Javec Abidi spent a year and a half struggling to believe a law that recognizes the rights of disabled in India.

Javed Abidi, affected at birth with a spinal malady and confined to the wheelchair by medical negligence, is working to provide political visibility and economic opportunities for disabled persons.

 The activist was elected as Partner of Ashoka in 1998, shortly after becoming its proyect in the National Center for Promotion of Employment for People Disabled. Javed Abidi is a social entrepreneur with revolutionary ideas; a social entrepreneurship is based on creative thinking and perseverance.

“If you believe in something must be done”

Best regards,

Mireya

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Written by forachance

2 October 2008 at 7:55

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