National Association for the Blind, Unit Maharashtra
The National Association for the Blind, Unit Maharashtra was established in 1984 as a state branch of the National Association for the Blind (India) for the overall welfare of the blind in the state of Maharashtra.
It is a registered body under the Bombay Public Trust Act 1950. NAB’s main objective is to provide blind persons with preventive medical assistance, educate and impart vocational training, provide employment and make them self reliant and resettle economically, Which enables them to be in the main stream of the society and lead an independent life with dignity.
NAB School & Workshop
By its stellar performance in the field of blind welfare, NAB has been recognized and acknowledged as the largest N.G.O. in the country.
Multiple Disability Centre
NAB has now made a conceptual leap from blind welfare to the welfare of multiple disabilities and expanded the horizon of its activities substantially.
Stories of Hope
NAB enables blind to be in the stream of the society and lead on independent life with dignity. Our children have achieved success in various fields making us proud.