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Serving Learners with Visual Impairment for 10 years

“I want to show that people need not be limited by physical handicaps as long as they […]

The Journey that Started Kilimanjaro Blind Trust Africa – Climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro!

How many people get to climb one of the world’s highest mountain peaks with a group of […]

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Unlocking potential through Braille  “If our hopes of building a better and safer world are to become […]

This year we celebrate 10 years of impact, and we are just starting…

Over the last 10 years, we have delivered 800 Braille machines, the “pen and paper” for the […]

Koba visits Nairobi to teach rock climbing

Many thanks to Koba (aka. Monkey Magic) for a fantastic visit to Nairobi to help team blind […]

Rock Climbing Training for Visually Impaired Children in Kenya

Monkey magic, a Japanese registered charity associated with Mr. Koichiro Kobayashi, a renowned world champion in rock […]

KBT to trial the new Orbit Reader 20

…We are pleased to announce that the KBT will be trialing the new Orbit Reader in some […]

Gisselle runs NYC marathon for KBT!

Congratulations to Gisselle Sanchez who kindly decided to run the NYC marathon in support of the KBT […]

Eone teams up with KBT to deliver a social impact with each timepiece

  We’re very excited to team up with Eone, who have created a special edition Bradley timepiece that has a […]

Helping others climb to the top… KBT founder wins another gold!

Koichiro Kobayashi, a  blind Japanese Paraclimber has won yet another gold in rock climbing. Kobayashi was one of the blind climbers who scaled Mt. Kilimanjaro in 2005 when Kilimanjaro Blind Trust was founded. Congratulations to Koba, and enjoy the video of his climb!