"200+ million Persons with Disability in India,
Less than 1% meaning-fully employed across sectors"
As per WHO 285 million people worldwide due to some disability cannot read all content on a website
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“Because #inclusion matters. Because at #linkedin we believe in transforming ourselves, our teams, our communities and the world ! Because we want to play a role in fostering inclusion and accessibility for #peoplewithdisabilities at Linkedin. Because economic opportunities should be equal for every member of our workforce. Meaningful 90 minutes spent with Apac HR leaders and Prarthana Kaul founder and director of GiftAbled - Fostering Inclusion . We have taken the first step of increasing awareness, and becoming #allies in this journey of #diversityandinclusion . Thank you Prarthana Devyani Dutt (She/Her) Nutan Singapuri Priya Pillai Priyanka Rowthu (She/her) for getting us together to learn and be more sensitive to disabilities”
Sumita TandonDirector HR Business Partner , AsiaPacific at Linkedin
I have had the privilege to work with GiftAbled – an organisation that cares for persons with disabilities. The work GiftAbled is doing in the PwD space is commendable. Their ability to conduct sensitization programs, meaningful social interventions and driving Employer summit is remarkable. The NGO passionately run by Prarthana and Prateek is a true example for service with humility. They would never propose an initiative without a need on the ground. May you tribe increase!”
Zeeshan RamlanEngagement Leader - Intuit Global
It is truly our pleasure working with such a great organization like “Giftabled’, your constant penchant for giving back to the community where we belong to is laudable. In whatever time that we had close interaction with your org(we wish to continue further though) in the activities like. Coming to the team “Gift abled”, has a bunch of super charged youngsters who have left their attractive careers with top notch companies including many MNCs and lead the Org with passion. I have no doubt that humanity needs people like you, may your tribe grow.”
Viswa AnapindiSr. Manager - Business Operations -McAfee
GiftAbled, is an organization that has successfully brought the issues of people with disability to the mainstream. The passion, the transparency, and the efficiency of the GiftAbled team has helped them successfully take on projects that bring about change at scale. Zinnov is proud to have partnered with GiftAbled on their Swatantrata initiative where our funds were used to teach weaving to 50+ NGOs and parents of children with disability. These NGOs in turn are now helping people with disability get more proficient at weaving and make it an occupation that can help them earn a livelihood. We look forward to working with this dynamic team to change the lives of the 1 billion plus differently abled people to make a difference.”
Nitika GoelChief Marketing Officer-Zinnov
“Amazing session. Hugely interactive & a great learning experience. What I am taking from this workshop is not going to be forgotten in a hurry.”
Shubha RainaSenior Manager Human Resources - Godrej Properties Limited
“Awesome workshop. Well designed & Insightful”
Shiva Prasad BebartaGeneral Manager - UBS
Accessibility sparks innovation at Google
A 2016 article in FastCompany online magazine highlights the ways in which Google’s investment in accessibility provides the company with an innovation edge in a broad array of products and services. Eve Andersson, the lead engineer featured in the article, says “I’m passionate about accessibility, not just because I believe in a level playing field, but because (it) makes life more livable for everyone.”
- Among the innovations cited as examples are these:
> Contrast minimums, required for people with low vision, improves legibility for anyone in bright light glare situations.
> Auto-complete, initially provided for the disabled, is now widely used by all.
- Source- w3.org