Egypt offers 5K jobs for people with special needs
Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab - YOUM7 (Archive)

CAIRO: Applications for 5,000 vacancies for people with special needs will be received over a month starting Tuesday by the Central Agency for Organization and Administration (CAOA,) reported Youm7.

“The Cabinet approved 5000 new jobs, distributed over all governorates, for persons with special needs May 21,” said CAOA.

The applications will be published on CAOA website to be filled along with other documents, including the national ID number and the qualification degree.

In December 2014, President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi announced that four cities would be established for the people with special needs.

“We will establish a school at the highest standards with a hospital, and a club for people with special needs in areas near Qena, Ismailia, Alexandria and Cairo,” Sisi said during the inauguration of the eighth round of the National Special Olympics at the Air Force Stadium in Cairo.

Cairo governorate distributed 50 motorcycles equipped for people with disabilities, free of charge, during an event organized in August 2014 by the Social Affairs Directorate and 27 associations.

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