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LNLVIP COMMEMORATES WORLD BRAILLE DAY

Maseru, Jan. 04 — The Lesotho National League of the Visually Impaired Persons (LNLVIP) commemorated the annual World Braille Day under the theme, ‘Empowering Through Inclusion and Diversity’ in Maseru on Thursday.

LNLVIP President, Mr. Jeremane Teele said the day marks the birth of Louis Braille (1809-1952) who is the inventor of the reading and writing code for visually impaired persons and acknowledges the strides he made in promoting braille literacy and inclusivity.

“Braille is an important means of communication for visually impaired persons and serves as a tool to read and write all languages and allows visually impaired persons to communicate independently,’’ he highlighted.

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