We love it when our work and reason for existence is recognized in the media. Here are some such instances.

Specially abled share ideas, and even lives here- The Indian Express- By Dipti Singh

Date on which testimonial was published: 
18 Mar 2016

MUMBAI: When Sushmeetha Bubna, founder of Voice Vision, an NGO that works to empower the visually impaired, attended some matrimony get-togethers, she encountered another problem the specially-abled face.

“We found that at these meetings, challenged candidates are called last, and are asked to wait till the others are done interacting,” Bubna, visually-impaired herself, said.    ...    Read more »

After being turned away from computer training classes, this visually-impaired woman started her own institute- DNA- By Anagha Sawant

Date on which testimonial was published: 
9 Sep 2015

Sushmeetha B Bubna, 42, will never forget the day she was refused admission for a computer training course because she was visually-impaired. Instead of losing heart, she became all the more adamant and eventually founded Voice Vision, an NGO for visually-challenged people on April 3, 2000.    ...    Read more »

Awardees Profiles- N.K Kanga Awards- Ms. Sushmeetha Bubna- Blind Welfare

Date on which testimonial was published: 
1 Apr 2015

Born with congenital cataracts, Ms. Sushmeetha Bubna (41) subsequently suffered from multiple eye disorders, leading to vision loss in one eye at age ten and total loss of sight at the age of twenty four.    ...    Read more »

Carving Future Through Technology- White Print

Date on which testimonial was published: 
1 May 2014

‘When adversity strikes, that's when you have to be the calmest. Take a step back, stay strong, stay grounded and press on’says LL Cool J.    ...    Read more »

Social Media Networking- Hands-on workshop- Blind Welfare

Date on which testimonial was published: 
1 Apr 2014

A visually challenged person using facebook and twitter! Most of us have the impression that this is not possible. Yes, accessibility to social media can present challenges to person with vision loss, but with a little guidance and training , they too can connect with people and can be motivating contributors in the social media network.    ...    Read more »

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