It is a three year memorandum of understanding for learners and teachers of the school to benefit from scholarships.
Prof Tih Pius Muffih from the Cameroon Baptist Convention health service met Tanyitiku Bayee from the National School of local administration, Nasla met last March 4, 2022. The two authorities signed a three year agreement aiming at facilitating the teaching and learning process of physically impaired students as well as teachers.
They will benefit from the CBC health service’s social economic empowerment of persons with disabilities programme. Some of these allowances include awards of scholarships to trainees below 25 years old. Also, the training of the staff will be trained for a better use of materials, carrying out accessibility audit for disabled persons which will sum in practical recommendations and Nasla‘s teaching staff will be trained on handling the brail.
In such a perspective, the CBC health service made a donation of equipment in order to facilitate teaching. These equipment are for instance an Everest-DV5 Braille embosser and an Evarest Acoustic Hood.
During the handover ceremony, Prof Tih Pius Muffih, Director of the Health Service, explained that the Embosser is the most versatile braille in the market. He went further saying that it is capable of embossing braille in any format on cutsheet.
Other peculiarities of this machine is its capacity of embossing for example 400 A4 papers per hour. In addition, it has an automatic booklet form printing process and a high resolution for tactile graphics with a horizontal and a vertical printing option.
This donation comes as a real solution which will ease the learning process of disabled students. Tanyitiku Bayee, NASLA General Manager underscored that living with a disability is a real challenge as many become socially vulnerable and are often left to themselves.