[Nfbc-info] Resources in El Salvador
starbellyserena at gmail.com
Thu May 14 03:57:08 UTC 2009
Azziza (and anyone else interested),
Try searching the World Blind Union website for contacts in the
Central/Latin American region and start emailing those contacts. Rosy
Carranza at the National Center coordinates the Spanish speakers
division and could tell you if any of them are Salvadoran, or if they
know anyone who is. Find out if Nicolas has any contacts in Argentina
that might lead to El Salvador, a longshot, but a possibility, but
worth a shot. You could also contact the El Salvadoran embassy in
Washington DC and ask about organizations, schools, and services for
the blind there. Good Luck!
Serena Olsen, MAIPS
Braille Institute, volunteer
National Federation of the Blind, representative
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