Voice of SAP is very encouraged for the coverage of its VoSAP mobile app by UN newsletter for global community of Persons with disability (called Enable Newsletter of April 3 2018).
Specifically, VoSAP mobile app is considered under “Useful Tool” and we hope millions of people will use this VoSAP app and benefit to transform their local communities, ,making them accessible and more inclusive.
Here is the relevant section reproduced. UN – Enable Newsletter, Feb-Mar 2018 covering VoSAP app.
Global Map of Women’s & Disabilities Rights Advocates and Organizations
Women Enabled International’s Global Map of Advocates for the rights of women and girls with disabilities continues to grow. This interactive map, along with its accompanying appendices, highlights hundreds of organizations that work to advance the rights of women and girls with disabilities worldwide. Since its release in March 2016, over 620 organizations have been added. Global Map of Advocates can be found at: https://www.womenenabled.org/
Mobile App: Voice of Specially Abled People (VoSAP)
Voice of SAP is an Actionable Advocacy mobile App for Empowering Specially Abled People or Persons with Disabilities. It allows for crowd sourced data on accessibility, pledges of their leaders and community members, solutions, and issues news on disability. VoSAP volunteer team worked with an Indian bank – Bank of Baroda (BoB), which resulted in making BoB branches wheelchair accessible. The VoSAP App can be downloaded at: Appstore for iOS or GooglePlay for Android ; More information on BoB initiative can be found at: https://bit.ly/2Ee4HhL; Story behind the development of the App is available at: https://bit.ly/2In4sDG
Bank of Baroda – Ghatlodiya Branch – Before and After, Photo: Pranav Desai