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Indian Association for the Blind

Residential Services

Food and Accommodation

« Back to Residential Services Pantry staff serving food to visually impaired students at the dining hall

Today with the support of well-wishers, the accommodation has grown to an impressive 60,000 sq ft building on a lush 3 acre campus. The facility is home to around 300 children who stay on the campus and make the most of the thoughtfully-planned facilities.

Since its inception, thanks to supporters and well wishers IAB has gradually increased the size and quality of accommodation. From 200 Sq feet accommodation for 4 children in 1985, it has currently grown to a impressive 60000 sq feet building situated in a green 3 acre campus accommodating around 300 children. IAB provides hygienic and nutritious meal 3 times a day and snacks in the evening. The spacious dining hall accommodates 120 children at a time. The hostel is equipped RO water facilities and fire and safety measures. Since inception IAB has provided residential services to 7600 children.

Currently IAB reaches out to 300 students by providing them accommodation and food free of charge.

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