Past Projects

21 June, 2016 Africa, India, Our Completed Projects
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Through the years, the Ann Foundation has had the opportunity to provide assistance to 18 schools and trusts across India and Cameroon. Software donations were given to all of the locations listed below and we were also able to provide workshops related to mobility training, Braille, computer literacy, and speech therapy.

Project Sites:

  • Rakum School for the Blind – Indiranagar, Bangalore, India
  • Shiela Kothavala School for the Deaf – Bangalore, India
  • Enable India Foundation – Koramangala, Bangalore, India
  • Turnbridge School – Bangalore, India Canara Bank Mathru Chaya, BSK II Stage – Bangalore, India
  • Mathru Foundation, Yelahanka – Bangalore, India Sahana Charitable Trust,Vijaynagar – Bangalore, India
  • New Horizon Trust – Bangalore, India
  • Maheshwari School for the Blind – Belguam, India
  • Asha Kirana School – Chickmagalur, India
  • Government School for the Blind – Davanagere, India
  • Jyothi Seva Society, Venkateshpura – Bangalore, India
  • BULU School for the Blind – Yaounde, Cameroon
  • Mercy Home – Dharmapuri, India
  • Loyola College – Chennai, India
  • Asha for Education – Various chapters in the US, Europe, and India
  • Little Flower Convent for Blind Girls – Chennai, India
  • St Louis Institute for the Blind – Chennai, India
  • Ernakulum Social Service Society – Kerala, India
  • Samaritan Help Mission – Kolkata, India
  • Kadesh Welfare Society – Vizag, India
  • Chakshumathi – Trivandrum, India
  • Gayatri Foundation – Bihar, India
  • Uhuru Mchanganyiko primary school – Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
  • Vite N Hope – Lahore, Pakistan
  • All India Rural Empowerment Program (AIRET) – Gujarat, India
  • Kasargod School for the Blind – Kerala, India
  • Kherson Oblast Children’s Library – Kherson, Ukraine
  • Society for Rural Education and Development – Arakkonam, India
  • Samaj Unnayan Kendra – Sundarban, India
The Ann Foundation would like to give a special thanks to the following educators and professionals, who have donated their valuable time and skills to our work: Ann K Parsons, Julia Roskamp, Albert Watson, and Don Hood.