New Braille teachers graduate from Imam Hussein Institute


Imam Hussein Institute for the Visually Impaired of Imam Hussein Shrine has held a graduation ceremony on the occasion of graduating a new group of teachers who studied Braille at the institute.


Sami Jawad Kadhim, director of institute, said that 46 students who have BA degrees took the course. He said further that the course aims at changing the curricula into Braille in order for the visually impaired individuals to study without the need to a teacher.



By: Hussein Hamid El-Musewi

Translation: Mohammed Alobaidi