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Blind Models Walked on the Ramp for the first time in Nepal

Blind Rocks successfully organized the First Fashion Show for the blind in Nepal on 16th March 2019. This is the first time ever that our blind friends walked on the ramp conveying a strong message that they are no less than anyone and everything is possible if someone dares to dream! Total of 12 blind […]

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Successfully completed 4 day long Residential Life Skill Training Camp

Blind Rocks! announces the completion of 4 days long Residential Life Skills Training Camp. There were 15 blind women participants. We imparted them training on life skills including the use of the white cane, shopping skill etc. We were honored to have Mrs. Sapana Pradhan Malla, a Nepalese Supreme Court Judge as our chief guest […]

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Successfully completed a 4-day long residential workshop on Life Skill Development

We Blind Rockers are proud to announce that we have successfully completed a 4-day long workshop on Life Skill Development for 15 visually impaired and blind women in Nepal with support from Abilis, Finland on 12th January 2019. We are very grateful to Abilis, Finland for supporting us in our mission to empower blind women […]

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Received support from MB Foundation and Higher Ground for the moral and financial support

We feel immensely motivated to receive financial support from MB Foundation and Higher Ground for the moral and financial support. Blind Rocks! assures you that this financial aid will be optimized to distribute assisting devices and to organize community awareness campaigns. We are very grateful to Bimala Shrestha Pokhrel for her continuous encouragement and support […]

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Thanks to Diego and Cassandra for Tandem Bike

Sincere thanks to Diego and Cassandra (“Il tandem volante”) from the team of Blind Rocks. Diego and Cassandra run a charity in Italy that raises the fund to buy Tandem Bikes and donate them to Blind Organizations. This time our organization Blind Rocks was the lucky one to get this Tandem Bike donated by Diego […]

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Welcome to our New Platinum Member!

We are proud to announce that we have one more Platinum member added to our list. Mrs. Radheshori Shakya has kindly agreed to become a Platinum member of our organization and graciously handed over a Cheque of NPR 50,000.00 to our President Sristi K.C. on 5th October 2018.

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Donation from Association of St. Mary’s Alumnae Nepal- ASMAN 

We are very thankful to Association of St. Mary’s Alumnae Nepal- ASMAN. ASMAN has recently donated assistive devices and educational material to Blind Rocks for distribution among blind and disabled people in Nepal. The donated material includes 25 white canes, 25 talking calculator, 25 audio recorders and pen drive, 25 Braille paper, 25 slate and […]

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Blind Rocks conducted an empowerment and Dance workshop at Insight Education Center for the Blind and Vision Impaired

In collaboration with Joanne Chua of Upstream international, Sristi K.C the founder of Blind Rocks conducted an empowerment and dance workshop at Insight Education Center for the blind and vision impaired in Victoria Australia on August 14, 2018.

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A Charity Dinner for Blind Rocks hosted in Australia!

The Adelaide Nepali community had successfully organized a Charity Dinner in support of Blindrocks on 12 August 2018. We would like to express our sincere gratitude to Pratistha Gautam, Dr. Kush Shrestha, and Rupak Bartaula (Expert education and visa services Adelaide) for your generosity on supporting our mission. It was an overwhelming experience to have such support from […]

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Blind Rocks at South Australian School For The Vision Impaired.

Blind rocks! together with Upstream International Initiative conducted dance and empowerment workshops at the South Australia School of Vision impaired (SASVI) on Friday 10th August 2018. The students of SASVI were from the age of 5 to 13. It was a wonderful experience to conduct a workshop for these children.

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