Ai Squared Donates ZoomText to Kenyan Schools for the Blind

by Rebecca White on April 9, 2012

Picture of the inABLE logoWe here at Ai Squared continue to invest in the assistive technology community by donating ZoomText Magnifier/Reader to the inABLE organization’s Mwangaza Project, which will put this software into the hands of students who are blind and visually impaired in Kenya. The Mwangaza Project is an international consortium of technology and service organizations, anchored by inABLE and the Georgia Institute of Technology’s Sonification Lab, to provide computer labs, training, and accessible education to students with visual impairment in developing nations.

“With the help of ZoomText, these students will enhance their computer literacy and education, which not only allows them to bridge the academic gap with their sighted peers, but arms them with valuable skills they’ll take as they enter the job marketplace,” states Ai Squared CEO David Wu.  “These students’ lives are being transformed and we are so proud to be a part of this effort.”

You can read more about inABLE or read the press release we sent out for even more information.

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