United Nations releases Sustainable Development Goals in Braille
January 17, 2018
As part of its vision of leaving no one behind, the United Nations organisation has unveiled the Braille Version of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals - SDGs.
The UN has the set the target for including every one in its future projects and the Agenda 2030.
The Sustainable Development Goals in Braille has been made possible by the United Nations Information Centre Nigeria.
The braille version was released at the closing ceremony of the One-Week Braille Celebration in Abeokuta, Ogun State on 11 January.
The initiative was taken to ensure that every one is able to understand the development work proposed by the United Nations, even those with visual impairments.
The United Nations representatives said that inclusiveness is a target set by the UN to make the world barrier free for people irrespective of their physical limitations.
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