4th January - World Braille Day

World Braille Day marks the birth of Louis Braille, inventor of the writing and touch-reading system, which has improved the lives of blind people and allowed them to integrate into society.


Braille consists of 64 signs with different combinations of 1 to 6 dots embossed on the paper. These signs are combined in two vertical rows and juxtaposed, like a domino to the top. The reading is done from left to right.


Elnor Pharma seeks to improve the lives of people with disabilities and seeks suppliers who care about responsible and user-friendly packaging, such as name and grammar written in Braille.


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