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Fostering Hope, Compassion and Opportunity for Individuals with Disability in Nepal

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    Be A ‘Super Rock Star’!

    April 22nd, 2015 | Uncategorized | Carey Rose | No Comments

    Be A ‘Super Rock Star’!Ms. Sristi KC did some wonderful empowerment workshops for our blind/visually-impaired (BVI)… Posted by trifc.org on Wednesday, 22 April 2015 Ms. Sristi KC did some wonderful empowerment workshops for our blind/visually-impaired (BVI) students over our week-long program. One emphasized the importance of body language techniques like a proper handshake, looking directly […]

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    What’s In A Signature?

    April 20th, 2015 | Uncategorized | Carey Rose | No Comments

    Well, plenty if you are blind/visually-impaired and your only knowledge of lettering is via the Braille, dotted alphabet! Being able to sign your initials on documents is an important life-skill to learn. The only alternative to this is using an inked ‘thumbprint’. Our blind/visually-impaired (BVI) students thoroughly enjoyed learning about the shapes of their first […]

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    Naina – The Quiet Guy

    April 19th, 2015 | Uncategorized | Carey Rose | No Comments

    Typically, when you visit DNC (Disabled Newline Centre) in Kathmandu you are greeting by boisterous shouts and hugs from many children. One young person waits patiently, quietly in the wings, waits to be chatted with, waits with a smile on his face, waits for a hug. That would be Naina. Naina was born in far […]

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