By Deo Wasswa
A report indicate that people living with disabilities in Uganda find it extremely difficult to work in markets leading them to rampant poverty.
According to this study, disabled traders find it difficult to access market stalls, use public toilets, too much congestion and negative atittudes towards them by buyers.
These among others were the challenges highlighted in the study that was done between August 2016 and March 2017 by different organizations of the disabled.
The study dubbed, the market based solutions for the extreme poor project, was conducted in two districts, Kampala and Gulu.
Mukasa Apollo, the executive director of the Uganda National Action on Physical Disability, asked that government and other development partners begin considering disabled people while building such structures.