44 percent hold an intermediate diploma and 17 percent hold a higher degree
8 percent of the population of Belgium between 15 and 64 years of age has a disability 44 percent hold an intermediate diploma and 17 percent hold a higher degree Europe and the Arabs – Brussels On the eve of the International Day of Persons with Special Needs and Persons with Disabilities, set for December 3 of each year, the Belgian Statistics Office announced that 8 percent of the population aged 15 to 64 years suffer because of things that prevent them from daily activities, whether through a disability or problems. Long-term health and that the bulk of them are women
The Belgian Statistics Office indicated that the figures contained in its report today, Thursday, December 2, are the result of a survey conducted during the year 2020, which showed that the elderly are the largest number among those who suffer and who were included in the survey “the survey” and that 56 percent of those who suffer from a large disability are between 50 The 64-year-old made up 31 percent of those surveyed Regarding education, the figures said that people with severe disabilities have, on average, low grades, and that 44 percent of them have a secondary diploma and 17 percent have a diploma from higher education.
The world celebrates the International Day of People with Special Needs, which falls on December 3 of each year. It is a global day designated by the United Nations since 1992 to support people with special needs. In conjunction with the world’s celebration of this occasion, many events are held in various countries