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Last Update: September 26, 2012

The biggest problem amongst 250 million print-impaired globally is the lack of accessible content. At the same time each print-impaired person has collected for oneself a pool of accessible content and other life solutions. is a social platform where over 10,000 print-impaired people are connecting and sharing their personal pools of content and resources thereby solving their biggest challenge

Type: citizen sector

The Problem

Community-driven approaches to increasing the amount of accessible reading material and platforms available to the visually-impaired.

The Solution

Community library that allows the visually impaired to share their personal collections of content, personal knowledge and experiences with the global community of visually impaired.


The website is fully accessible by screen-reader tech - what the visually impaired use to access computers. Once a person signs on he can easily share his/her collection of accessible content with the community, join channels focused on different discussions and collaborations and connect with thousands of other similarly placed visually-impaired persons the world over.

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September 26th, 2012

In August of 2012 reached the milestone of 10,000 visually impaired members - the largest visually-impaired community in the world. This community has shared over 100,000 conversation threads, 45000 accessible books and over 100,000 connections. The content spans category, language and geography.

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Inclusive Planet, the world's largest community library for the visually impaired, is current run by a for-profit company. That company is proposing to transfer Inclusive Planet to another organisation since it is not able to raise funds and other resources to manage it. We propose to raise...

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Sachin Malhan profile img
Wed, 09/26/2012 - 09:15

How do we effectively maximise the accessible content and platforms available to the visually impaired? And how can this be done by engaging the visually impaired themselves as opposed to treating them only as beneficiaries?

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Sun, 12/15/2013 - 07:24

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Tue, 12/31/2013 - 09:05

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