NEWS: Radio Program for Blind Listeners Recognized

Posted on 18 February 2008. Filed under: Blind, Media & Journalism, News, South Asian Region | Tags: , , , , , , , |

Announcement from Score Foundation, India

It is with great pleasure that we at Score Foundation share with you the good news that our Radio programme Eyeway, yea hai roshni ka karwan has won the Radio Duniya Award for 2008 in the category “Best Social Responsibility Initiative”. The award comprises a shield and a certificate.

Project Eyeway is a single stop information Help Desk on the eye and blindness. The Eyeway, yea hai roshni ka karwan is a half hour radio show in Hindi broadcast over the 29 stations of the Vivid Bharti network of All India Radio. The programme comprises interviews, profiles read by celebrities, advice on various issues, music and competitions. The programme that was first launched in November 2005 connects the Eyeway Help Desk with our stake holders across the country. At the present moment we receive an average of 35 to 40 calls a week. The callers share with our Help Desk questions and concerns regarding matters like careers, parenting, education, discrimination, human rights violation, legal issues, technology and life in general. Our Help Desk counsels them and connects them with organisations and professionals who have the where with all to help.

The award is a recognition of the relevance and value of our effort and is definitely a great motivation for all of us at Score Foundation to take our work to the next level.

Best regards,

George

George Abraham
CEO
Score Foundation
Y-70, Lower Ground Floor
Hauz Khas
New Delhi 110016
Ph: 91 11 26852581/91 11 26852559
Mob: 91 9810934040
Email: george [at] eyeway.org
website: www.eyeway.org

Ps. You can also hear the radio programme online at
www.eyeway.org/include/radio/radio.php

[Note from We Can Do: it is not clear from their web site if they have transcripts or captions available for deaf people interested in their radio program. Any interested Deaf, deaf, hard of hearing, or hearing impaired individuals should go to their web site and contact them directly to inquire.]



Thank you to George Abraham for circulating this notice about Eyeway’s award.



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