The Dubai Police is set to use a new electronic device that will warn motorists if they are parking illegally in the parking zone reserved for the handicapped, said a report.
The device, dubbed the ‘Serge
Disabled Bahrainis will get their working hours slashed under an amendment approved by parliament yesterday.
It will grant disabled people and those taking care of them two hours off work each day, said a repor
Unicef, the United Nations Children’s Fund, has called on all governments to work on placing children with disabilities at the centre of inclusion policies to create more equitable opportunities in education, health and employability
Bahrain is set to open a new BD1 million ($2.63 million) centre for disabled which will feature several specialised clinics for dental, diagnosis and physiotherapy.
The Abdulla Kanoo Diagnosis and Disability Evaluation Centre will
Disabled Bahrainis are set to have their working hours slashed under an amendment approved by the Shura Council yesterday, despite fears it could make them harder to employ.
Council members unanimously voted in favour of the amend
Qatar Petrochemical Company (Qapco), a leading regional petrochemical powerhouse, has pledged support to a seminar aimed at uniting and empowering people with special needs.
The second edition of the Symposium will take place in W
Dedicated social clubs catering to the disabled will open across Bahrain, said a senior government official.
A prototype of the scheme will be first rolled out at Ibn Khuldoon Social Centre, in Muharraq, and the Hamad Town Social
All new buildings in the Muharraq area of Bahrain could soon be forced to ensure they are equipped for people with special needs, a report said.
Councillors have agreed to order commercial and residential establishments to include
Batelco, Bahrain’s leading telecom provider, has announced its support for a popular event held annually to raise funds for the kingdom’s disabled athletes.
The Batelco Melodic Meet 2012, which has been taking place fo