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We mentioned in our application forms we are visually impaired.
The game was supported by the Qatar Financial Centre, Aspire Logistics, and Sasol among others and had scores of youth, both visually impaired and otherwise, taking part, representing four teams.
The rally aimed at to create awareness among the masses about the need and vitality of White Cane for the Visually Handicapped persons and to express commitment, sympathy and support for the special persons in the society.
Sandeep Prakash, Senior Vice President -West & South, Amway India, said, "Arushi has been doing credible work in the area of capacity building for visually impaired individuals.
2 February 2016 - Canadian content marketing company ScribbleLive has acquired content creation platform Visually, the company said.
Electronic media have an effective role regarding extracurricular activities of visually impaired students, in their studies, language learning, communication skills and religious education.
This is the third year Adderstone Foundation has supported the North East Visually Impaired Tennis Club (NEVITC) .
Adel Mattar, manager of research department, said they have initially issued 100 copies of the Imsakiya as requested by the visually impaired members of the association, along with other four government departments in Dubai.
The Volunteer of the Year was named as Russell Stevenson, who received the Fred Jakeman Award - named after a former visually impaired trustee of Focus.
There are about 800 visually impaired 12th grade students nationwide.
In November 2012, as we approached the 75th anniversary of the National Industries for the Blind (NIB), we commissioned a study to assess the attitudes and opinions among corporate decision makers regarding the employment of individuals who are visually impaired (that is, those who are blind or have low vision, as defined by JVIB).
However, this does not have to be the case, if more people were educated and sensitised about the needs of visually impaired people.