As part of the organisation’s commitment to the people of Qatar, Mada, (Qatar Assistive Technology Centre) has launched the first accessible online mural expressing love and support for His Highness the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani.
With Mada’s accessible online mural, individuals with different accessibility requirements can now log onto Mada’s official website and choose the message they want to share and sign their name through the virtual online mural.
“At Mada, we believe in empowering people with disabilities through assistive technology. We are proud to launch the first accessible mural online for people with disabilities in Qatar. At Mada we strive to provide tools to people with disabilities, as this ensures that they can become citizens that equally participate within the local community” said Maha al-Mansoori, CEO, Mada.
The accessible mural further allows all citizens to participate and make their voices heard through different default messages.
Mada’s strategic goals and operational focus revolve around three key areas: education, employment, and community. In its mission to help persons with disabilities stay connected in a world that is increasingly dependent on technology, Mada has established four key functions offerings: relationships and partnerships, advisors and policy, direct services, and a centre of excellence. These functions together intersect to create value across the board for persons with disabilities in the country.
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