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“We have also launched nightlife meetups for them to party their hearts out.” It’s not surprising that Inclov has found resonance in a country where 59% women and 48% men refuse to marry anyone with a physical disability, and disabled people are considered ineligible to marry those without disabilities unless “adjusted” by high dowry.

“While Inclov was doing well online, we noticed that very few app users were actually meeting in person as most of the cafes and restaurant are not disabled-friendly -- they don’t have wheelchair ramps and braille menus, and staff are usually insensitive,” says Khona, explaining the reason to start meetups in different cities.

“We have also launched nightlife meetups for them to party their hearts out.” It’s not surprising that Inclov has found resonance in a country where 59% women and 48% men refuse to marry anyone with a physical disability, and disabled people are considered ineligible to marry those without disabilities unless “adjusted” by high dowry. “We started with 100 app users and just about 12 people attending our first Social Spaces meetup.

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Online dating is a common route for many to meet new people, one of whom, you hope, will be your potential partner.

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