Sporsho's Journey of Conquering Vision | The Daily Star

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"Besides publishing Braille books, Nazia and her team at Sporsho have also been working to give visually impaired students an open space for learning and self-development. Sporsho is developing an audio library for these students where they can study freely. Sporsho also organises music, poetry recitation and indoor games classes for the visually impaired students. “My dream is to build an open knowledge centre for all where visually impaired youths will get completely barrier free access. They will reach it and study without any discrimination just like any other student. By initiating knowledge and learning based activities, Sporsho's dream is to establish an inclusive, discrimination-free society for all, especially for the visually impaired people,” says a hopeful Nazia...."



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Date tagged:

01/12/2018, 13:00

Date published:

01/12/2018, 08:00