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National Association of the Blind calls for enhanced societal and stakeholder role in rehabilitation of members

The National Association of the Blind has called for enhanced societal and stakeholder role in the rehabilitation of members. The Association  made the call at a meeting in Keren city, during which it was stated that it has been exerting stepped-up endeavors targeting the laying of groundwork to this end, besides promoting community concern regarding visually impaired nationals.

Keren, 17 May 2013 – The National Association of the Blind has called for enhanced societal and stakeholder role in the rehabilitation of members. The Association  made the call at a meeting in Keren city, during which it was stated that it has been exerting stepped-up endeavors targeting the laying of groundwork to this end, besides promoting community concern regarding visually impaired nationals.

Mr. Dawit Fisehaye, chairman of the Association, noted the need of nurturing the virtues of hard work and hopefulness among community members of the Blind so as to enable them overcome challenges encountered.

Mr. Tekie Keleta, Mayor of Keren, said that the scope of community assistance to visually impaired nationals is on the rise following the conducting of various promotional activities. He further called for the sustainability of such venture.

Moreover, Mr. Dawit disclosed that the Association is building an office in Asmara.

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