all under the same roof
CENTRE OF LEARNING

With an aid of helping the visually handicapped people, especially children.

During this COVID19 situation
Sporsho is helping

Drishtijoyees badly in need of financial and food aid

Published Braille books for the visually challenged
Focusing on entertainment and culture

Sporsho started this initiative to showcase the fact that every individual in a society wants to acquire knowledge beyond the text books

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Who We Are?

SPORSHO is the first organization in Bangladesh to have published Braille books for the visually challenged, focusing on entertainment and culture in 2008. Sporsho started this initiative to showcase the fact that every individual in a society wants to acquire knowledge beyond the text books. Nazia, the founder of Sporsho believes that a sustainable society can be built only when people are empowered with knowledge with an inclusive approach, by reaching out to all, including the ones who are physically challenged. Their slogan, “Manush drishtihin bole ondho noe manush muloto  proggahin bolei ondho”, which in English would read, “people are blind not because they are unable to see with their eyes but are blind because they do not have the knowledge to visualize life from within.”  (Activities are present in the face book page ‘Sporsho Braille Prokashona’). 

 

"মানুষ দৃষ্টিহীন বলেই অন্ধ নয়, মানুষ মূলত প্রজ্ঞাহীন বলেই অন্ধ”

Nazia, the founder of Sporsho believes that a sustainable society can be built only when children are empowered with knowledge with an inclusive approach, by reaching out to all, including the ones who are visually challenged. Their slogan, "Manush drishtiheen bolei ondho noe manush muloto progga heen bolei ondho.", which in English would read, “people are blind not because they are unable to see with their eyes but are blind because they do not have the knowledge to visualize life from within.”
Nazia Jabeen

"Blindness comes not from lack of vision Blindness comes from the lack of wisdom"