This is to make them productive and self-sufficient. That is the goal of an incubator launched Thursday, January 17 by the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority (SMEDA) to Coromandel. This structure has all the necessary facilities for training which will be provided by professional craftsmen of SMEDA. Interested persons may show up in form filling or do it on the website www.smeda.mu
According Indranee Seebun, director of the institution, the incubator aims to support people with disabilities who are talented, but who need a boost to make quality handicrafts. "With proper training, participants will be able to sell their products more easily while contributing to the economic development of the country ...," she said.
In addition to technical training, the SMEDA will act as a 'one-stop shop' for people with disabilities and will provide courses on management and digital literacy. To emphasize that SMEDA has four incubators.