Disability need not prevent progress

  29 minutes

  30 September 2017

I became more convinced of this statement when I saw many people with disabilities as more motivated and purposeful than healthy people. We can feel the greatest impact of this motivation and effort when we encounter a disabled but capable person in our conversation. This is the disability of a woman herself. In this closed and traditional society, a woman has been considered a weak, black-headed and incapacitated person for a lifetime who is unable to face the problems of life and solve them.
One of these disabled women is currently working as an employee and independent woman.
She performs in a completely formal manner at Noor Hospital in Herat, and with her efforts, she tries to make her life prosperous.