Children with vision loss are among the least likely to attend school, Gabi Hollows writes in the Huffington Post Australia.
And even when they do attend school, their experience is significantly diminished.
"Sadly, the education of girls with visual impairment is further at risk, with girls less likely to attend school than boys. Add to this the fact that women and girls account for about 60 percent of blindness world-wide, and the picture painted is a bleak one."
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