Who We Are

The Organisation was founded in 1926 after the second world war, to help civilians who got blinded during the war, by providing them with employment and accommodation.  

The organisation has since changed its focus to provide services to all visually impaired people.
What we do
We provide general assistance to all blind people irrespective of race, gender, colour or religious affiliation. We represent Human Rights of blind and partially sighted people and provide skills of daily living.
We provide social services and provide for blind people and their families. We provide employment and job creation and various other services such as: Skills development and support to the visually impaired, HIV/AIDS Care Outreach programme for the visually impaired, Adult Basic Education for the Blind, Lobbying with Government Departments on issues affecting blind people and partially sighted.