Economic Inclusion Of People With Disability Can Happen Through Social Entrepreneurship

People with disabilities have incorrectly been considered as economically unproductive. They can actually contribute to the GDP up to 5 to 8%. For-profit social entrepreneurship can address the plight of people with disabilities by identifying their strength and special talent and engaging them in innovative, sustainable and scale-able enterprises.

Transgender Community – An Untapped Entrepreneurial & Economic Talent

Transgender community has been living a cursed life. They are a wasted human resource and need to be rehabilitated with dignity and given equal economic opportunities in the main stream society. A few individuals and organisations are slowly garnering support to create awareness and facilitate their socio-economic empowerment. They are an untapped area for social enterprises.