Wed, 17 Jun 2015 15:11 - Updated Wed, 17 Jun 2015 15:10
Lwini Foundation opens office to support visual impaired students
Luanda - An Office to support blind students was inaugurated Wednesday at the Law Faculty of Agostinho Neto University in Luanda, announced the Lwini Foundation.
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Ana Maria Guimarães - Curator of Lwini Foundation
Photo: Joaquina Bento
Equipped with 25 items, the room has five computers and their printers in Braille,
paper and magnifying glasses, estimated at 6.2 million, to benefit the current five students of the institution.
Addressing the ceremony, the representative of Dean of Faculty, Sheila Frederico, thanked and praised the Lwini Foundation for donation and the work dedicated to the Angolan society since its creation (June 1998).
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