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Taiwan Digital Talking Books Association (TDTB)

Org #7992
Vetted since 2011 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit Site Visit Verified
2004
year founded
$46,338
raised on GlobalGiving
8
years fundraising
0
projects funded

Mission

Our mission is to develop and promote DAISY (Digital Accessible Information System) format in Taiwan to enable people with acquired visual disabilities equal access to information and knowledge. Our goals include to produce talking books in DAISY format, to train visually impaired people to access computers and internet with screen reader of NVDA (Non-Visual Desktop Access), and to provide people suffering from visual loss with vocational training and counseling.

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
Dr. Jan Li Wang
Dr. Jan Li Wang
Organization Information
5F., 64, Kangding Rd., Wanhua Dist., Taipei City 108, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
Taipei, Taipei 108
Taiwan
886-2-23894915

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #2613880860
Organization Information
5F., 64, Kangding Rd., Wanhua Dist., Taipei City 108, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
Taipei, Taipei 108
Taiwan
886-2-23894915

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #2613880860

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work.

Nov 1, 2019
Fourth Report of 2019
Summer is gone and Autumn is coming, the typical northeast seasonal wind is blowing through the Island. People in Taiwan may feel uncomfortable during the weather changing from hot to chilly, but it...
Aug 8, 2019
Third Report of 2019
  It’s a hot summer in Taiwan, the temperature is very high. The heat and thundershowers in the afternoon are parts of our daily life. For people with visual impairment, it’s...
May 13, 2019
Second Report of 2019
It is rainy season in Taiwan. The raindrops fall all the time. However, for the visually impaired people, when they walk with the white canes on the roads, they feel cheerful because they are on the...
 
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