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Churchill, Sauti Sol join campaign in aid of visually impaired students and help KBTA hit the Nairobi News

KBTA just kicked off its Africa Campaign with another highly successful annual launch event on Friday, June 24th, which […]

Kilimanjaro Blind Trust Africa invites you to share in our vision

They say that kindness is a language that the blind can see. Our mission at the Kilimanjaro […]

Erik Weihenmayer on KBT

A huge thanks to Erik Weihenmayer for the recent post on his blog about the KBT! When […]

KBT Africa Board Member Douglas Sidialo interviewed by The Scoop

How terror-bombing survivor is turning wheels of fate. Watch the full interview with Douglas below: Source: The […]

11,000 Braillers Repaired. . . . and counting!

Kilimanjaro Blind Trust has hit and surpassed the 11,000 Brailler repair marking since its inception in 2005. […]

Our new SMS tracking system

Kilimanjaro Blind Trust Africa (KBTA) Trains Technicians on Mobile Short Code Reporting Process KENYA: Kilimanjaro Blind Trust Africa […]

Daniel Kish’s inspiring TED talk

We love this TED talk, so wanted to share it with you all! Daniel Kish: How I […]

Douglas Sidialo rides 900km, 9-day Joberg2c mountain bike race

Douglas Sidialo completed yet another heroic challenge to raise funds and awareness for the blind. This time he […]

2nd Annual Dinner in the Dark Another Success for KBT!

Last weekend we hosted yet another Dinner in the Dark at King’s Place in London. An enormous […]

New SMART Braillers arrive in East Africa

The KBT has helped sponsor new SMART Braillers. Here are some of them in action!