“I want to show that people need not be limited by physical handicaps as long as they are not disabled in spirit.” Dr. Stephen Hawking Kilimanjaro Blind Trust Africa celebrates 10 years of educational services for blind and visual impaired learners in East & Southern Africa. We work to ensure that every child has access Read more about Serving Learners with Visual Impairment for 10 years and beyond…[…]
Over the last 10 years we have delivered 800 Braille machines – the “pen and paper” for the blind – repaired a further 21,000 machines, trained 170 technicians and provided 50 tonnes of Braille paper – all part of an end-to-end programme to maximise our impact and touch the lives of thousands of children who Read more about This year we celebrate 10 years of impact, and we are just starting…[…]
Many thanks to Koba (aka. Monkey Magic) for a fantastic visit to Nairobi to help team blind children the joy of rock climbing. Here’s a lovely video recapping his exciting visit and the amazing impact he made in such a short time.
Monkey magic, a Japanese registered charity associated with Mr. Koichiro Kobayashi, a renowned world champion in rock and mountain climbing will from 12th to 16th March 2018 train blind learners on rock climbing in Nairobi, Kenya. The new sport to be introduced and tried in Kenya targets 100 learners with visual impairments drawn from Thika Read more about Rock Climbing Training for Visually Impaired Children in Kenya[…]
We are pleased to announce that the KBT will be trialing the new Orbit Reader in some of the schools we support. Funded by the Transforming Braille Group, Orbit Research has designed a completely new brailler that brings innovative technology to the market and dramatically lowers the cost of braille technology while simultaneously bringing several Read more about KBT to trial the new Orbit Reader 20[…]