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The blind and visually impaired children follow the normal curriculum, but when changes are made it takes four to six months for updated Braille versions to arrive, Kenyan Union of the Blind executive officer Martin Kieti says. The children are taught in ones and twos, away from their classes.First thing on the agenda is mastering the keyboard as the children can’t use the mouse.He can put this into any PC running Windows XP or Windows 2000 and with a USB port."If I go to a cybercafe, I can simply plug it in," he says.Case study Lawrence Momanyji, 10 sits at the front of class with a Brailler at his desk.Lawrence is a bright boy – he came fifth out of 52 in the recent class exams.

Sight Savers is to roll-out the Dolphin Project with 45 refurbished laptops supplied by Computer Aid and flash drives containing Super Nova to support blind students at Kenyatta University in Nairobi.They join a mainstream class as soon as they can read Braille unaided.Typically, it takes two years to make the switch, but there is a wide range of abilities and differing ages within the beginners’ class – the current intake has children aged between three and 11.He is a pupil at Kilimani Primary School in Nairobi, Kenya, one of 32 blind and visually impaired children on the school roll.Kilimani is, according to its headmistress Salome Kariuki, "a very big and old school – the buildings are falling apart.