Despite their disabilities, blind and partially sighted people are called upon to go about their work in complete safety. The white cane is the symbol of blindness and low vision that allows visually impaired people to be protected and assisted in road traffic. In Benin, it continues to be misunderstood by the population.

In an exclusive interview with Benin Web TV, Mr. Jérémie GOUROUBERA BIO, Director of the Centre de Promotion Sociale des Aveugles de Sègbèya, talks to us about the importance of the white cane and the duty that each individual has towards blind and partially sighted people.

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