Panasonic India to teach photography to specially abled kids

Panasonic is facilitating regular workshops for these children to help them find eccentric ways of expression.

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New Delhi: Panasonic India has tied up with an NGO — Know Disability — to empower specially abled kids interested in photography.

They will together identify special kids and provide then training by professional photographer Mohit Ahuja, who will be using Panasonic Lumix G Series Cameras for the program.

This activity will culminate at the Delhi Photo Fair, on the World Photography Day on August 19, where the photos captured by these special kids would be showcased.

Panasonic is facilitating regular workshops for these children to help them find eccentric ways of expression.

Sarthak Seth, Chief Marketing Officer, Panasonic India, said: “We have partnered with Know Disability, in order to bring together different children and uniting them under the singular notion of photography. We believe that through this activity these kids and many more will dare to dream, and look at developing a passion that helps them see the world through a different lens.”

Panasonic makes available in India & South Asia its wide range of consumer electronics and home appliances. It currently has a workforce of about 13,000 in India and South Asia.

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