Our mission trip in 2010 took the AF to Hyderabad, India, where board member David Zane met with students of Muffakham Jah, a college of engineering and technology.
Along with five educators, Ann visited the Maheshwari School for the Blind in Belgaum, India, to conduct workshops on “Braille and Technology Tools for Empowerment”.
In 2007, Ann visited Nirmala Bhavan, a haven for young disabled girls that is run by the nuns in Athani in the Belgaum district of Karnataka, India.
The Ann Foundation kicked off 2006 with a mission trip to follow up on many of our earlier projects in India:
In 2005, Ann Moideen traveled with
, a teacher with visual impairments from Rochester, N.Y., to the Mercy Home orphanage in Bangalore. Ann K. Parsons
During its 2004 mission trip, the Ann Foundation directed its focus on another part of the world, helping establish a computer learning center in Luwero, Uganda.
Along with a few Canadian delegates, Ann visited Hyderabad and Bangalore, India in 2000. During the visit, the Ann Foundation conducted a 10-day workshop on “hearing healthcare” in various schools and organizations, and solidified plans to donate vitamin supplements and toys to orphanages and schools.
Located in a town close to Vizag in India, the Kadesh Welfare Society was started five years ago by retired mechanical engineer Nutan Nicodemus.
Our partnership with the Gayatri Foundation in Bihar, India, began when a local man, Vishal Bhimrajka, applied to volunteer with the Ann Foundation.
Uhuru Mchanganyiko primary school is one of the oldest educational institutions in Tanzania. It was established in the city of Dar es Salaam in 1921,