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Amana one world Foundation donates equipment to visually impaired students

Written by on July 1, 2024

A non-governmental organization, Amana one world Foundation has yet again launched a significant humanitarian intervention by donating newly refurbished braille machines to the school for Blind children, Gindiri Local. The Group country Director, Margaret Mwoltu says, the braille system is a beacon of hope and cornerstone of education for physically impaired individuals which symbolizes autonomy, literacy and potential for every individual to achieve their dreams.

The executive Governor of Plateau State, Barrister Caleb Mutfwang who was represented by the Chairman, Mangu local government Area, Honorable Markus Atu commends the organization for its laudable initiative, saying the gesture would accelerate learning and improve performance for the physically impaired students.

Expressing appreciation to Amana One World, the principal, School for blind Children, Gindiri, Mrs. Roseline Danyaya acknowledges and appreciates the kind support of all and sundry who have contributed tremendously to the betterment of the school.

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