Senegal's pioneering braille teacher
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The Senegalese woman teaching braille for free

Fama Ka lives in Senegal's capital Dakar and is visually impaired.

With only two schools for the blind in the entire country, she decided to start teaching braille herself.

She tells the BBC why she is giving free classes to blind people in her neighbourhood.

  • 17 Jun 2016
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