Ta­vana Dis­abil­ity As­so­ci­a­tion With New Def­i­ni­tion of Re­silient Econ­omy

Iran News - - DOMESTIC -

TEHRAN – There is a unique fac­tory in the world whose staff are mostly dis­abled and the job is the pri­or­ity for en­abling the dis­abled peo­ple and it is a new def­i­ni­tion for re­silient econ­omy.

Ac­cord­ing to re­ports, 92 per­cent of Firooz Hy­gienic Group are dis­abled. The group is lo­cated in Qazvin and it has set a new trend and method for hir­ing the dis­abled peo­ple. It is the big­gest baby san­i­tary pro­duc­ing group in the Mid­dle East. The of­fi­cials of the group have set some poli­cies and they are de­ter­mined to hire the dis­abled peo­ple. The of­fi­cials use the dis­abled peo­ple in the pro­duc­tion line based on their ca­pa­bil­i­ties and phys­i­cal de­fect.

Some staff of the group who are not dis­abled are the rel­a­tives of the dis­abled.

Seyed Mo­ham­mad Mousavi, the CEO of Dis­abil­ity As­so­ci­a­tion of Ta­vana, said that the as­so­ci­a­tion has more than 3,000 dis­abled mem­bers.

He said that the as­so­ci­a­tion looks at the cap­i­tal­ism and in­vest­ment as a divine bless­ing and the of­fi­cials of the group and the as­so­ci­a­tion do not pur­sue ac­cu­mu­lat­ing money and wealth and they just think of the hu­man­i­tar­ian as­pect of busi­ness.

Mousavi re­it­er­ated that the as­so­ci­a­tion en­cour­ages friend­ship and kind­ness among its staff who are dis­abled.

Mean­while man­ager of Firooz Hy­gienic Group Mr. Davood Es­maeili said that 530 peo­ple who are ac­tive in the group are dis­abled and the pro­duc­tion of the group has grown 20 per­cent on av­er­age an­nu­ally. He added the group pro­duces 140 types of san­i­tary and hy­gienic prod­ucts by its dis­abled staff and its prod­ucts are ex­ported to the Mid­dle East, Per­sian Gulf and Caspian Sea states.

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