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The government of ivory cost announces a derogatory hiring of people with disabilities in the public service

The government announced Wednesday at the end of a Council of Ministers, a new derogatory hiring of people with disabilities in the public service.

It is indeed Sidi Tiémoko Touré, the government spokesperson at the end of this weekly meeting of the executive of ivory cost chaired by the head of state Alassane Ouattara who informs us ...
"As part of the implementation of the government’s Social Program (PSG 2019-2020), the Council decided to repeat the derogatory hiring of people with disabilities in the public service during the year 2020"
Recalling the results of the 2019 session of this derogatory hiring to the public service of people with disabilities, Mr. Touré indicated that out of the 200 budget posts from grade D1 to A4 have all been filled.
"Thus, 997 files were accepted, 114 people with motor disabilities, or 57%, 30 hearing impaired, or 15%, 30 visually impaired or 15% and 27 people or 13% of people with disabilities related to developmental disorders", explained Mr. Touré.
According to the 2014 general population and housing census, 453,000 people with disabilities were counted in Ivory cost.

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