The book contains narratives of caregivers of Namibian children with Visual Impairments. The data was collected through a research project of the Research and Publication Committee of the University of Namibia. The book provides deep insights into the cultures and practices surrounding the disability discourse in Namibia.The three authors, together with their research assistants spend a lot of their time sensitizing educators and communities about the wide understanding of the concept of "inclusion" and the rights and entitlements of all those who could be at risk of being exculded from education and other developmental processes. These include children from marginalized communities and ethnic minorities, the girl-child, the boy-child, children affected by HIV and AIDS, children subjected to abject poverty and many others who often find themselves at the brink of their communities. This particular book however, focussed on children with visual impairments and the limitations facing their caregivers to ensure their inclusion.