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A bend in the road is not the end of road.... unless you fail to make a turn

– By Helen Keller
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NAB INDIA CENTRE FOR BLIND WOMEN & DISABILITY STUDIES

DID YOU KNOW?

One third of world’s blind population is in India

Total Population of Blind Women In India estimated at 15 million

99%

Blind women and girls have no access to any form education

65%

Expressed the need for vocational opportunities

47%

Require career counselling and guidance

MISSION: TO CHANGE THE LIFE OF BLIND WOMEN IN INDIA

India has 15 Million Blind Women Surprisingly ,only 5% of them are capable to earn a living.

Blind women in India are confined to perpetual darkness of the fears of society and poverty. A girl child, that too blind is considered burden by her own family.

WE EMPOWER THEM TO DREAM

We at NAB India Centre for Blind Women & Disability Studies, welcome blind women from all walks of life - urban and rural, to their second home and in some cases their Only home! We teach them both modern and contemporary professional skills/crafts which help them rediscover themselves and give them a new lease of life!

They, too, are an integral part of our society. We diligently work towards making them believe in this!

* Special thanks to Media India Group for capturing the best.

LET BLINDNESS NO LONGER BE A DISABILITY
which limits a woman to aspire, to reach her true potential and to be both financially & emotionally independent.

REHABILITATION OUTREACH TILL DATE

Future Goals (1)

Women and Children impacted across disabilities

Empowered them with digital and non-digital programmes

We reach Rural and Urban parts of India

IMPACT STORIES

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Neha Yadav

TEAM LEADER, SAARATHEE, GURUGRAM

NEHA YADAV

I was depressed post completing my higher senior secondary examination as I started losing my sight completely. After two years of struggle I came in touch with NAB India Centre for Blind Women & Disability Studies. I opted the CCE Training and today I am happily employed at Saarathee.

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Neetu Garg

THERAPIST, PAYU, GURUGRAM

NEETU GARG

I was determined to stand on my own feet and never be dependent on my family member. Today I am a therapist at PayU. I went through all the basic training along with my interested course of Massage. I am totally blind but with the help of mobility training provided at the Centre I commute independently with ease.

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Rajni

HOME MAKER, NEW DELHI

Rajni

I had never imagined that my life could have a brighter side. I was a very old student of NAB India Centre for Blind Women. I was in charge of the cafe department where I learnt various culinary skills along with kitchen management. I am happily married now and run my family at my ease. I thank the centre for making this happen.

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Hasiba

Medical Tactile Examiner,CK Birla, GURUGRAM

HASIBA

I am a Medical Tactile Examiner, from the first batch of Discovering Hands, working at CK Birla Hospital. I am late blind and am grateful that I joined NAB India Centre for Blind Women & Disability Studies. In spite of my disability, with my skills I can now return to the society.

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Address

L-25, Hauz Khas Enclave,

New Delhi -110016

Email:

info@nabcentreforwomen.org

Phone No:

 011-41656266, 011-26852589

93117 71492

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