Dr. Fatima Shah(Late), Always Live in Blind Community.
She served in APWA (All Pakistan Women Association) from 1948 until she lost her sight in 1956 and as such, she also quitted from medical practice. She confined herself within the premises of her house.
Football for the blind and partially sighted, which started out as a playground game for pupils in special schools for the visually impaired, has now become one of the most popular sports for people with a visual impairment worldwide.
Torball is a ball game, developed in the 1970's for blind and partially sighted people. It is a fast-moving team sport for visually impaired persons that suits men and women of all ages alike. There are lots of facilities in this game for rehabilitation activities as well as leisure, school and top level sport.
Power lifting is a sport for ALL Blind and Visually Impaired Athletes! Power lifting will increase and develop an athlete's physical strength and skills regardless of their team sport. The scientific evidence exists that any form of strength training will improve any athlete’s performance.