Access Bangladesh Foundation with the support of EMK Center of the US embassy and a2i arranged a residential training programme on July 25-30 for women entrepreneurs with disabilities to engage them in the e-commerce platform, said a press release.

Selected 50 women entrepreneurs with disabilities from 17 districts under seven divisions received training in two batches.

Prof Imran Rahman, vice chancellor of the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh, attended the first batch training inauguration as the chief guest.