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Distribution of Educational Materials to Blind Students

Published on: April 24, 2021

On 24th April 2021, Prayatna Nepal distributed educational materials (braille papers) to the 21 blind students of Adarsha Secondary School located at Ramgram Parasi. Among them, 13 were girls whereas 08 were girls.

The main objective of distributing educational materials is to assist blind students in their learning process. Prayatna Nepal did the assessment of schools and found that Adarsha Secondary School was going through the scarcity of braille paper. So it distributed to the school in the presence of school principal, school management committee and representatives from National Federation of Disabled Nepal. Prayatna Nepal would like to thank Gabriele and HART for the funding support.

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