Mariam Tabatadze interviews Ana Mikiashvili, Beka Gozalishvili and Lusia Oganezova. They discuss Mariani, a Georgian NGO which assists blind and vision-impaired persons to help advocate for their rights and support them in adapting to society. Gozalishvili reflects on his efforts to bring vision disability adapted technologies to Georgia and discusses his views on governmental priorities and political correctness. He is currently working creating a speech synthesizer for the Georgian language, which will read Georgian text aloud. Oganezova shares her experience of how being a mobility trainer for vision impaired persons is rewarding because it helps them accomplish independence.