ICT helps visually impaired persons overcome barriers

NVDA Sarawak Workshop Borneo Press English Version

Project Description

“Non-Visual Desktop Access” (NVDA) course provides relevant social and vocational training to equip the blind and visually impaired persons with the necessary skills which could make them self-sufficient and independent socially and economically in the long term.

Sarawak Society For The Blind (SSB) Kuching has organised a NVDA workshop in June 2015 to help visually impaired persons overcome barriers. The trainers are from Malaysian Foundation For The Blind (MFB). Please follow this link for more information about the press release.

You can also download NVDA free from their website.