We’re very excited to team up with Eone, who have created a special edition Bradley timepiece that has a direct social impact, delivered especially by the Kilimanjaro Blind Trust. Each purchase of the Bradley × KBT timepiece will help us serve an additional blind child in East Africa to read, write, and learn by either repairing a Brailler device or Read more about Eone teams up with KBT to deliver a social impact with each timepiece[…]
Koichiro Kobayashi, a blind Japanese Paraclimber has won yet another gold in rock climbing. Kobayashi was one of the blind climbers who scaled Mt. Kilimanjaro in 2005 when Kilimanjaro Blind Trust was founded. Congratulations to Koba, and enjoy the video of his climb!
KBTA just kicked off its Africa Campaign with another highly successful annual launch event on Friday, June 24th, which has already made the Nairobi News headlines thanks to the participation of comedian Churchill and pop band Sauti Sol. Here’s the full article: Churchill, Sauti Sol join campaign in aid of visually impaired students – Nairobi News Comedian Churchill and Read more about Churchill, Sauti Sol join campaign in aid of visually impaired students and help KBTA hit the Nairobi News[…]
They say that kindness is a language that the blind can see. Our mission at the Kilimanjaro Blind Trust Africa is to speak, and teach, this language to those that need it the most – the visually impaired. But we can’t do it alone. The Perkins Brailler is a typewriter for the blind, and in Read more about Kilimanjaro Blind Trust Africa invites you to share in our vision[…]
A huge thanks to Erik Weihenmayer for the recent post on his blog about the KBT! When a group of friends and I joined together to form Kilimanjaro Blind Trust in 2005, we hoped to increase access to basic equipment that would allow blind and visually impaired children in East Africa to live a more Read more about Erik Weihenmayer on KBT[…]