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Labour market integration
More than €1 million has been distributed among 37 NGOs across Spain, helping more than 6,000 people with disabilities during 2016

Bankia is firmly committed to supporting people with disabilities, allocating all of its investment in this social action area to projects that improve employability and labour market integration.

During 2016, a total of 37 organisations from Throughout Spain received more than €1 million from the bank to improve the employment prospects of more than 6,000 people with sensory, physical or intellectual disabilities or mental disorders.

These projects included providing work in the agricultural and gardening industries, university education for people with intellectual disabilities, intermediation services and career guidance, an occupational centre specialising in textiles and normalised employment with extra support, among others.

Bankia has permanent volunteers that attend training sessions for people with disabilities, such as those provided by Fundación Randstad, Asprodema, Plena Inclusión, Fundación Integra, Fundación ONCE, Fundación Adecco and Grupo Konecta Centro Especial de Empleo.

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