11,000 Braillers Repaired. . . . and counting!

Students at St. Theresa Bujuni pose for a gruop photo with the school technician

Students at St. Theresa Bujuni pose for a gruop photo with the school technician

Kilimanjaro Blind Trust has hit and surpassed the 11,000 Brailler repair marking since its inception in 2005. We’re very proud to report that a total of 11,207 repairs were reported in Kenya Uganda and Tanzania as at the close of the second quarter 2015.

This means that Braillers which would have been otherwise broken and condemned in schools’ stores are now in the hands of children. Thanks again for all of your continued support as we continue marching towards our goal of having a Brailler in the hands of every visually impaired child!