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Signature Technique Training for visually impaired women

Published on: January 22, 2022

With the aim of reducing the fingerprint, Prayatna Nepal organized 2 days of signature technique training for 11 blind women from Kathmandu, Lalitpur, and Bhaktapur districts on January 20- 21 2021 respectively. The objective of that training was to sensitize blind women on the structure of the sighted alphabet and developed their own designated signature instead of a fingerprint. During the training period, the organizer got to know all participants
have bank accounts but none of them used signs they have used fingerprints for banking transactions. Because of this, they are facing the problem to utilized all services provided by the banking sector. As a result of that training,  participants were able to write all the English alphabet and able to develop their own designated signatures.

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