Young people with disabilities have a hard time finding work and pursuing higher education in Chin State, where there is a large number of people living with disabilities relative to its population.
Young people with disabilities have a hard time finding work and pursuing higher education in Chin State, where there is a large number of people living with disabilities relative to its population.

Podcast: Young people with disabilities face difficulties finding work in Chin State

Young disabled people in Chin State talk to us about the challenges of pursuing higher education studies and finding jobs in Chin, which has a high proportion of people living with disabilities.

This story by Salai Joel from Hakha Post.

Doh Athan is a weekly podcast which looks at human rights issues from around Myanmar. It is made by Frontier with media partners from around the country. Doh Athan is made through a partnership with Fondation Hirondelle and the support of the Embassy of the Netherlands in Myanmar and the Swiss Agency for Development Cooperation.

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