The KFF Entrepreneur Challenge is designed to support girls and women with disabilities who are known to be very poor and twice victimized as women and also disabled, and who face a range of barriers (such as the presence of stairs and absence of a ramp/elevator, communication barriers, negative perceptions of people with disabilities, and institutional barriers or policies that lead to discrimination again people with disabilities) when it comes to business ownership. We will achieve this by improving them with entrepreneurship and digital skills and by providing them with business support, networking opportunities, alongside the financial award to launch or expand their income-generating activities....
The KFF Entrepreneur Challenge is designed to support girls and women with disabilities who are known to be very poor and twice victimized as women and also disabled, and who face a range of barriers (such as the presence of stairs and absence of a ramp/elevator, communication barriers, negative perceptions of people with disabilities, and institutional barriers or policies that lead to discrimination again people with disabilities) when it comes to business ownership. We will achieve this by improving them with entrepreneurship and digital skills and by providing them with business support, networking opportunities, alongside the financial award to launch or expand their income-generating activities.
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Brittany Déjean CEO at AbleThrive

John is working on an important problem and coming from the community itself, he knows what is needed to bring opportunity and development to the community of people with disabilities.