Three university graduates in Kenya have received their own Perkins Brailler from the Kilimanjaro Blind Trust to help them further their education and find employment. They have each kindly written letters to the KBT about what Braillers mean to them and how Braillers have affected their lives.
For example for Emma, “Life changed soon after I got introduced to a Brailler. Though the machine itself was so heavy to carry around, it eased my work in class. The first time I placed my hand onto a Brailler I was relieved.”
Thanks for your generous support to continue providing wonderful education opportunities to these blind students, and congratulations to Martin, Francis and Emma!