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Nation

Blind folk grateful for Braille Quran

GEORGE TOWN: Ramli Abd Rahman has always wanted a Quran in Braille.

Nation

Providing vision for the visually impaired

GEORGE TOWN: Swarn Singh was a young wireman when he fell 18m from the top floor of a factory. He suffered head injuries and later developed glaucoma.

Community

Festive treat for the visually impaired

SIXTY members of the Persatuan Tongkat Putih Pulau Pinang and their family members were treated to a buka puasa event at Danish Briyani House in Chulia Street in George Town.

Community

Helping hand for the blind

Association chairman Swarn Singh said the event on April 30 and May 1 in Jalan Sungai Air Putih, Balik Pulau, Penang, would also provide an opportunity for the visually impaired to participate and enjoy various activities together with sighted people.

Community

Empowering the blind

A CROWD of 150 disabled and sighted individuals walked along a 2km-route in Penang to raise awareness on the visually impaired’s plight.

Community

A day for the visually impaired to walk without fear

PERSATUAN Tongkat Putih Pulau Pinang will be celebrating World White Cane Day by organising a walk for the visually impaired today to create awareness about the struggles that they face on a daily basis.

Community

Masseur presses on to make ends meet

AN accident when Abu Hassan Mahmud was a child stole his eyesight but not his steely determination to make a better life for his family and himself.

Community

Group appeals for funds to help the blind

PERSATUAN Tongkat Putih Pulau Pinang is in need of funds for its upcoming project known as ‘Safety vests for the blind’.

Community

When every little bit helps

WORKING at a reflexology centre in George Town, vision-impaired Abu Hasan Mahmud (pic) earns only about RM800 a month.

Community

Appeal for funds to help the visually impaired

PERSATUAN Tongkat Putih Pulau Pinang is in dire need of funds to continue serving the visually impaired.