[Nfbc-info] Resources in El Salvador

Aziza C daydreamingncolor at gmail.com
Thu May 14 04:52:22 UTC 2009

Thanks for the ideas Serina.

On 5/13/09, Serena Olsen <starbellyserena at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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
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> National Federation of the Blind, representative
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