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Watch How One Small Act Of Kindness Made A Big Difference To The Lives Of Three Differently Abled Indians

"If only one ramp on one beach for one day can make a difference, imagine what an access-friendly India could feel like."

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The Red Ramp Project, an initiative started by Johnson Tiles, has a simple goal– to make India more accessible for the differently abled.

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The video concentrates on three very special individuals who have lost the use of their legs, and are confined to wheelchairs and crutches.

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It shows how even the simplest of things – like going to the beach to enjoy the waves – becomes a herculean task for them.

One of the individuals describes the beach as "a no go area for people on wheelchairs."
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One of the individuals describes the beach as "a no go area for people on wheelchairs."

Keeping this in mind, the Red Ramp Project built a walkway for these individuals, which they could use to access the sea.

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Their reactions say it all.

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"If only one ramp on one beach for one day can make a difference...

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...imagine what an access-friendly India could feel like."

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