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Joy for visually impaired

Once the Amar Ekushey Boi Mela did not mean much to Jannatul Nayeem, a visually impaired student, except hearing the buzz of bookworms and visitors on the Bangla Academy premises. This year the fair has brought something for her. She now has the choice to get into the amusement of reading stories, poems, and other books, as a stall has brought 15 titles in Braille for visually impaired people. A non-government organisation (NGO), Sightsavers, has come up in the fair with various equipment for the visually challenged as part of its effort to raise public awareness about these special needs people. It also has brought books on primary level education in Braille.

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