Disabled people running a prosthetics factory say they are trying to change disability into accessibility.

Adel Ramadan, 41, a disabled parliamentary candidate, walks into the headquarters office for his campaign in Qalioubiya, Egypt, Wednesday, Dec. 28, 2011.
Adel Ramadan, 41, a disabled parliamentary candidate, walks into the headquarters office for his campaign in Qalioubiya, Egypt, Wednesday, Dec. 28, 2011. (AFP)

Egypt has one of the highest number of disabled people in the world. 

They face more barriers than most, with the government blamed for not doing enough to make their lives easier. 

A team of technicians, in a prosthetics factory run by disabled people, is hoping to change that. 

TRTWorld's Yasin Eken reports.

Source: TRT World