KUALA LUMPUR: Efforts to extend the involvement of individuals with disabilities (OKU) in the digital financial system should be intensified, says OKU Sentral president Senator Datuk Ras Adiba Radzi.
She stated with the creation of on-line platforms, digital entrepreneurship alternatives at the moment are seen as extra inclusive for the OKU group.
Ras Adiba additionally prompt that the authorities launch the OKU Inclusive Digital Economy Roadmap to open up extra alternatives and supply platforms for the group to be immediately concerned in the digital financial system, particularly on-line companies.
Speaking at the OKU Sentral and Maxis Entrepreneur Workshop right here yesterday, she stated it was vital for OKU to grasp expertise to spice up their marketability and improve social inclusion.
According to Bernama, she additionally stated the authorities and company sector may play a task in making certain that OKU are a part of the digitisation agenda in addition to work collectively to bridge the digital divide amongst the group in the nation.
Ras Adiba stated non-public sector involvement in the provider variety programme may additionally improve OKU entry to the market.