About 75% of the world's blind population is located in Africa and in Asia (mainly India and China). To
improve the braille literacy rates by an average of over 90%, Dot has been concerned with the braille
education for the visually impaired children in the developing countries.
As its first project, and together with the KOICA (Korea International Cooperation Agency ) project, we
are preparing to supply the low-cost braille device “Dot Mini” to improve the literacy rate of the 1
million visually impaired people in Kenya.
Each year, about 500,000 children worldwide are losing their sights. The Dot Mini project supports
blindness prevention projects, and will create an environment where braille can be learned on their
- Available at a low price by implementing the core functions.
- Lightweight for children to carry.
- Supporting text contents, including textbooks.
- Educational device for children who have difficulties going to school
Dot is preparing for a new era of education for the visually impaired and blind in the developing
countries, so that they will find more opportunities in life.