Mon, 28 November 2022
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‘Sisimpur’ brings books for visually impaired children 

Update : 08 Nov 2022, 11:44

Popular children’s show ‘Sisimpur’ has taken the initiative to publish books for visually disabled children. As part of the initiative, ten of Sisimpur's popular books will be published in Braille. These ten braille books will be published by Prash Foundation for Sisimpur.

These braille books of Sisimpur are being published for free distribution in schools of visually challenged children. These books will be available at the book fair later.

On this occasion, a bilateral agreement was signed between Sisimpur and Sporsho Foundation at the office of Sisemi Workshop Bangladesh. The agreement was signed on behalf of Sisimpur by Mohammad Shah Alam, Country Managing Director of the organization, and Nazia Zabeen, Founder and President of the organization on behalf of Sporsho Foundation.

“Sisimpur wants to reach all the children of Bangladesh. We took another step towards that goal by publishing Braille books.” said Mohammad Shah Alam, Managing Director of Sisimpur.

"The visually impaired children can now read Sisimpur's interesting books as a result of this initiative", said Nazia Zabeen, founder of Sporsho Foundation.

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