Dr.Ghobadidana, deputy minister and head of SWO released a message

Dr. Ghobadi Dana said in a message on the occasion of World White Cane Day: "The path of empowerment and social integration of the blind is a steep and steep path that requires national determination and when one can hope for the effectiveness of efforts that are purposeful , Should be coordinated and within the framework of the relevant laws, and the supervisory sections of the society should also play their role in following the implementation process of the programs in different agencies and closely and continuously monitoring the proper implementation of the laws. This is where a better world for the blind comes in; a world in which the blind look into their lofty thoughts and make good use of their abilities. According to the report of Public Relations and International Affairs, the text of this message is as follows;

In a society where the equality of human rights underpins the development of social justice and equal opportunities for all segments of society, including the able-bodied, disability is only a constraint, not a disability, a constraint created by creating opportunities for equal opportunity. There is no obstacle to progress.

Today, we hear once again the awareness message of the 23rd of October, World White Cane Day; a message that draws the eyes and ears ready to see and hear on the capabilities, limitations and expectations of the blind and visually impaired and emphasizes the individual social responsibility of our individual to restore the rights of this segment of society.

Activists for the blind in the Welfare Organization and non-governmental organizations have set a "better world for the blind" as their motto this year, with public education, removing barriers to participation and enforcing the law as a way to achieve this. Undoubtedly, this valuable goal can be achieved only in the shadow of inter-sectoral relations and strengthening the human and scientific view of the blind, and the Welfare Organization in recent years has made every effort to create such an attitude.

According to the Law on the Protection of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, the Welfare Organization is responsible for providing services to the blind and visually impaired in the fields of education, rehabilitation, welfare and social support, and in this regard, various plans and programs. To strengthen the independence and improve the quality of life of people with visual impairments. Providing educational and rehabilitation services in the form of specialized centers and community-based rehabilitation services, payment of living and educational grants, providing the right to nursing and assistance, implementation of empowerment programs in the form of educational, artistic and sports activities and job skills training And facilitating the employment process of blind and visually impaired people is only part of the services that are performed with the aim of crystallizing the valuable talents of these loved ones.

Today, the importance of the International White Cane Day and the purposeful efforts to commemorate this day are not hidden from any of us, and we all believe that public education and awareness of different sections of society towards the awareness-raising message of this day will open the eyes of the truthful. It will be more open to the issues and problems of these people. The Welfare Organization tries to provide the society with a real picture of the capabilities, limitations and expectations of the blind and visually impaired by using the facilities of the national media and the capacities of cyberspace, and the field of conscious interaction with Provide these people and take advantage of their amazing talents.

Establishment of a "National Network of Organizations for Visually Impaired Persons", expansion of the activities of the Secretariat of the Coordination and Supervision Committee for the Protection of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and continuous consultation with the executive bodies, especially regarding education, employment and development of welfare facilities. The need of the blind is another measure of the welfare organization that is pursued in order to improve the quality of life and social independence of these people.

The path of empowerment and social integration of the blind is a steep and steep path that requires national determination, and one can hope for the effectiveness of the efforts when it is done in a purposeful, coordinated manner and within the framework of the relevant laws. Community oversight should also play its role in following the implementation of programs in various agencies and monitoring closely and continuously on the proper implementation of laws. This is where a better world for the blind comes in; a world in which the blind look into their lofty thoughts and make good use of their abilities.

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