Amway launches Braille library in Bhopal
April 27, 2017
Amway India, along with the NGO Arushi, has set up a Braille and audio library for visually-impaired students in Bhopal. The library is located in the Arushi centre.
The library offers Braille versions of more than 350 books and journals ranging from academic books, fiction, self-help, and general knowledge.
Amway hopes that the library will encourage education and knowledge among the visually impaired so they can get opportunities despite physical limitations. This year Amway has supported the opening of 32 Braille libraries across the country, which are expected to benefit more than 11,000 visually impaired people.
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