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Dubai developing itself as the leading accessible tourism destination

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The third edition of AccessAbilities Expo and the inaugural Dubai Accessible Tourism International Summit (DATIS) successfully concluded at Dubai World Trade Centre with a call to effectively enhance inclusion of persons of determination and make the UAE more friendly for them.

The three-day expo and summit received overwhelming response from government organisations, non-government organisations (NGOs), companies and general public.

Companies and organisations are taking keen interest in developing smart solutions and the latest technologies to provide a better life for persons of determination.

As many as 245 international companies and centres specialising in the rehabilitation of People with Disabilities from 40 countries across the world showcased advanced technologies that facilitate the lives and mobility of people of determination at the Expo. More than 8,000 people visited the Expo.

The Expo venue was also used to announce the Sanad Village, the world’s first and largest rehabilitation and education centre for People of Determination.

Participating government departments and organisations reiterated their commitment for inclusion of persons of determination into the society for greater participation.

Top officials representing international organisations and government departments in the UAE and experts in tourism and transport participated in the Summit.

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