By Kamal Lamichhane
With a number of empirical evidences, this booklet advocates at the value of human capital of individuals with disabilities and calls for the paradigm shift from charity into funding process. Society regularly believes that individuals with disabilities can't make the most of schooling, can't perform the labour industry and can't be contributing contributors to households and nations. To invalidate such assumptions, this publication describes how schooling specifically is helping make folks with disabilities in achieving monetary independence and social inclusion. For the 1st time, distinctive analyses of returns to the funding in schooling and nexus among incapacity, schooling, employability and occupational suggestions are mentioned. additionally, different chapters describe incapacity and poverty via the dialogue of obstacles in the back of why individuals with disabilities are not able to procure schooling regardless of the considerably larger returns. those foundational issues recur in the course of the publication.
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When these factors are made inclusive and accessible to persons with disabilities, it not only leads to an improvement in their livelihoods but also improves the prospects of their families and of society as a whole. In subsequent chapters, I will elaborate on the significance of education for the labour market participation of people with disabilities, with an emphasis on greater investment in education for them with the aim of improving their quality of life and enabling them to enjoy economic independence as well as social inclusion.
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Disability, Education and Employment in Developing Countries: From Charity to Investment by Kamal Lamichhane