U.S. school sends Braille supplies to students in Iraq

11/23/2009 | CNN

Children and teachers in Baghdad's only school for students who are blind celebrated the recent delivery of supplies -- including Braille paper and the school's first Braille printer -- donated by the Perkins School for the Blind in Massachusetts. The delivery was made possible by the International Relief and Development organization, and it was the second donation by Perkins to Iraq's Al-Noor School for the Blind, which serves 71 students.

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