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Monday, April 21, 2014


Afghanistan

  • A blind student arrives for a lesson at the Kabul Blind School.
  • Blind students eat their meals at the Kabul Blind School.
  • A blind student weaves a cleaning brush at the Kabul Blind School.
  • Visually impaired and blind students eat their meals at the school.
  • Blind students leave the Kabul Blind School.
  • Blind students walk along a corridor at the school.
  • Blind students attend a lesson at the school.
  • A teacher, who is also blind, teaches students at the school.
  • A blind student reads Braille during a lesson at the school.
  • A blind student walks at the Kabul school.
  • Visually impaired students pray before attending a lesson at the school in Kabul.
  • Blind students use computers during a lesson at the school.
  • Blind students attend a lesson at the school.
  • Visually impaired students read Braille during a lesson at the school.
  • Students play musical instruments during a music lesson at the school.
  • Blind students attend a lesson in Kabul.
  • A blind student reads Braille during a music lesson at the Kabul Blind School.
  • Students weave jackets at the Kabul Blind School.

The Kabul Blind School

Published 6 September 2012

The Kabul Blind School, the only one of its kind in Afghanistan, has given more than 100 sightless children a rare chance to receive a basic education. By teaching many students new skills, the school aims to prepare them to support themselves upon graduation.


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