Badriah Al-kkly is Professor of education at the faculty of education, University of Tripoli, in the country of Libya. She has been faculty at the university for a number of years and travels regionally and globally to talk on her work in education, educational psychology, and work on social issues and social awareness, such as work with and on the physically challenged.
Physically challenged people in Libya currently have no special facilities. NGOs have not provided special vehicles for them. So they have to use public transport, which is not convenient, unlike other modern countries, which provide special facilities: All this due to the current situation in Libya.
The inspiration for this project emerged from the social service sector. The investigator noticed that some physically challenged people have a high self concept.
This is a global issue, but focusing on Libya. It has exacerbated post-war, post-crisis and post-accident, thus producing hundreds of permanently injured people. Society risks losing this category if it does not show full physical and psychological support. Society’s task is to address this category ad to provide them with full care and support.
In this study, the data sample and results were based on Libyans during the last revolution. The research was presented to the University of Tripoli, in Libya.