ROLE OF SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES IN ALLEVIATION OF POVERTY AMONG DISABLE PEOPLE

Yahya Khan, Krisztina Szegedi

Abstract


This article reviews the literature on the rising issue of poverty due to disability and the role of small and medium business enterprises (SME’s). Literature survey identifies different causes which accelerate the poverty problem in the society. It has also been provided that growth in the number of disabled people around the globe is increasing and is a threat to the global poverty eradication programs. This article provides that there is a positive association between the development of SME’s and poverty alleviation. 

Keywords


Disability, SMEs, Poverty Eradication, Developing Countries, Social Networks

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