Bangladesh garment sector will hire children with autism spectrum disorder to help them become useful citizens of society. A move taken by the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA), it will enable people with developmental disabilities to be socially and economically independent and participate in mainstream life with adequate learning and employment opportunities. Internationally, people with disabilities are referred to as ‘differently abled persons’ who can perform
certain jobs better than normal people. In Bangladesh, the garments sector is the largest employer with more than four million workers serving on full and part-time.