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VIDEO: Erbil’s center for blind, visually impaired persons calls for support

2017/12/12 | 23:20

(Iraq Now News)- The center currently hosts nearly 100 students.

Hassan Birezhi, the Manager of the Runaki Center, who is visually impaired himself, called on the related authorities to increase their efforts to improve the situation at his center and similar centers across the Kurdistan Region.

“I call upon local and international NGOs to support us in bringing efficient, developed braille printers, and mobile devices compatible with special apps for the blind,” Birezhi said.

“We lack all this equipment and services in the Kurdistan Region as well as Iraq,” he added.

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