First person: Ivorian artist fights stigma around disability

Traore Adama speaks to Al Jazeera about the hardships he faces in a country where 'nobody, not even the government thinks of us' when it comes to 'means of transport'.

    By 2050, the number of disabled people in the world is expected to reach 940 million.

    In the last part of our series looking at global disability access, an Ivorian artist speaks to us about the difficulties he faces and his hopes for the future.


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