Cognizant Foundation launches Tech4all to empower handicapped
Cognizant Foundation – As logging in 2021 to be dedicated to the International people with disabilities, Cognizant Foundation, in the branch of CSR IT services, announced at a virtual event about the launch of the flagship project
Cognizant Foundation will help people with disabilities to provide them with better capabilities as well as training in technology jobs as well as job services.
The program will be partnered with many organizations across the country.
The Tech4all program will be carried out in phases. As for now, the first phase will be installed in four states comprising West Bengal, Delhi-NCR, Karnataka, and Telangana.
The foundation has also joined hands with Enable India to Blimey for the visually impaired people to learn the local languages. Blimey will allow distance learning and around the globe to learn computers with very little assistance or not. Also to work with under-screen readers like magnifiers, NVDA and Jaws.
CEO and Co-Founder of Enable India Dipesh Sutariya mentioned that We have been working to change the lives of people who are visually impaired for over two decades. Today on the International Day of People with these.
we are thrilled in taking the next step in that journey by partnering with Cognizant Foundation to improve ‘Blimey’, which will assist persons with visual impairment to become digitally knowledgeable and empowered on the way towards effective citizenship. We cherish this partnership with Cognizant Foundation and our shared commitment.’’
Cognizant Foundation has been helping people with disabilities in the sector of health, education, and training over the last 16 years.
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