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Construction of Residential School Building for Smt. Ambubai Residential School For Blind Girls

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HKDW Society has established a residential school for blind girls. The school is sheltering about 75 students currently, and as this is the only school in Gulbarga Division of Karnataka for blind girls, the influx of students is increasing year after year. In order to meet the requirements of increasing strength, additional classrooms, dormitories, playgrounds etc. are needed. At present, the school is functioning in a rented two storey building at Sundar Nagar locality, Kalaburagi (Gulbarga), Karnataka, India. This is an old building, so our priority is to ensure the safety and security of the children. Hence, we are constructing a new school building to accommodate more children to provide a visually impaired friendly environment with spacious dormitory, dining hall, high-tech classrooms, audio and Braille books library, Braille printing press, office rooms, playground, visitors’ hall etc.

Hyderabad Karnataka Disabled Welfare Society continues to be at the forefront of work in rural areas. Eye check-up camps and general health check-up camps for the disabled, with the help of Retired Medical Officers Association, Gulbarga, are being conducted regularly.

The organization feels that lack of awareness among the public about the skills and potentialities of the disabled is the main cause of backwardness. Therefore, we organize awareness camps at the village level, taluk level and district level periodically. Apart from this, we are taking the help of mass media to educate the people about disability.

The organization is working for the empowerment of visually impaired women. Keeping this in view, a free residential school for blind girls was started in 2007 at Gulbarga.

To be born as a girl is considered as a disadvantage in Indian families, and if the girl is born blind or loses eyesight due to any medical condition while growing up, her agony will be doubled. Realizing this fact the Society has started the residential school for blind girls to empower them to lead an independent life. We consider it our primary duty to provide a safe, secure and conducive environment to learn so as to nourish them to be responsible citizens of our country and contribute to the nation's economy. Hence, the Society is venturing to construct a well-furnished school building. After its completion, it will accommodate more than 100 blind girls where they can get quality education, skill development training, and many more talents.

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Hyderabad Karnataka Disabled Welfare Society

Hyderabad Karnataka Disabled Welfare Society

Beneficiary Charity

Dattu Agarwal

Dattu Agarwal

Organiser

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