Blind Kenyan students to get new audio technology for reading material

Jan 12, 2016 | NEWS | 0 comments

Until recently, blind and visually impaired students in Kenya were still using Braille books for their studies. But now, Kenyan schools for the blind are beginning to adopt technology that provides audio material. So far, 4 out of Kenya’s 11 schools for the blind have adopted the technology, and the remaining schools could follow suit once more funding is available.
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