|Self-Employment for Disabled People - Experiences from Africa and Asia (ILO, 1989, 100 p.)|
Malcolm Harper and Willi Momm
International Labour Office Geneva
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First published 1989
Second impression 1992
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Harper, M.; Momm, W.
Self-employment for disabled persons: Experiences from Africa
/Disabled person/s,/Disabled worker/s,/Self
Also published in French: Emploi indndant: une option pour les handicap Expences d'Afrique et d'Asie (ISBN 92-2-206457-7), Geneva, 1990; and in Spanish: Trabajo independiente para personas incapacitadas: Experiencias de Africa y Asia (ISBN 92-2-306457-0), Geneva, 1990
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