Amiriya Press Egypt’s most prominent printing press, produced its first wave of photocopy paper, branded Tahya Misr, after the price of imported paper soared painfully after the devaluation of the pound.
Head of the Museums Sector Elham Salah stated that the use of such cards promotes communication and sustainable development.
On the first day of the referendum on constitutional amendments and for the first time, Egyptians cast their votes on Braille.
Printing Braille ballot papers comes as part of the efforts exerted by the NEA to facilitate the voting process for people with disabilities.
A number of parents are asking the Minister of Education, Tarek Shawki, to establish a school or classroom for students with special needs in each residential area.
Minister of Culture Ines Abdel-Dayem inaugurated three arts and music halls for the blind at Dar El Kotob (House of Books) on Sunday, March 25.
'To Build It' issued forms in Braille, giving blind people a chance to participate in demanding President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi to run for a second term.
Despite his visual impairment, Mohammed El Shafie, an outstanding student begins his first year at Harvard Law School this fall.
The Ministry of Interior has issued a directory of police services in the Braille writing system for visually impaired people.