Bethel is home to 65 visually-impaired (VI) children, many of whom are orphans. Bethel provides a safe and stimulating environment in which kids of all ages and abilities can grow, laugh and experience a full and rich life. We empower our children through foster care, education, therapy, and essential life skills such as languages, computer literacy, and orientation and mobility.
Bethel also strengthens existing local institutions by delivering workshops, distance learning, consultancy, and training materials to expand the capacity of caregivers (teachers, orphanage workers, parents, extended family, etc.) to provide quality care to VI children.
Bethel cares for the bodies, hearts, and minds of children who are blind or visually-impaired, empowering them with skills and access to academic opportunities. They them influence through awareness and education, they aim to shape social perception to create an environment where children who are blind or visually-impaired can realize their potential and develop their many abilities.
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