Red Ramp Project’s second leg wants to make India access-friendly for the visually impaired










Extending the second leg of the much-appreciated CSR initiative Red Ramp Project, H&R Johnson has tried to address a major challenge faced by visually impaired people in India. In the first campaign that came about in 2015, the company had addressed the issue of the disabled not being able to go to public places, especially beaches.
The reason for choosing the visually impaired people this time has come out of a research that says that statistically, one out of every three blind individuals in the world is in India.

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