Assistive Devices


Lifted to learn

Irene is 14. A refugee. She struggles with low vision.  

You can support children with disability to achieve their dreams by helping provide assistive devices like Braille Machines. 

“I was almost giving up. Now I’m confident I can fairly compete with other learners. I can repay the kindness of those who helped me by studying hard to become a teacher, so I can empower my community, particularly girls, through education.” - Irene. 

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