The daily life of blind people is already full of challenges. One of the most important safety concerns is understanding the right medicines. India's youngest entrepreneur and founder of Generic Aadhaar Arjun Deshpande saw this same problem faced by blind people and came up with a very innovative idea to make their work easier. Most blind people or the visually impaired do not understand the difference between packaging drugs and have to rely on others to buy or consume them.
However, Arjun Deshpande has come up with a brilliant solution. Reusable pouches to keep medicines that have the name of the drug written in Braille that is understandable to blind people. When these packets are taken to the medical store, the storekeeper will drop the medicine of that name in it. Reading the Braille name on the packets will make it easier for a blind person to understand what medicine is and does not have to depend on others.
Arjun Deshpande on April 18th celebrated his birthday by distributing 10,000 of these innovative braille printed medicine pouches to blind people all over India. Many people responded by saying that using these pouches makes it easier to use the medicine for them.
"I am delighted to have come up with such an innovative idea through Generic Aadhaar and a great way to celebrate my birthday. The goal is to provide affordable medicine to the people but at the same time here I saw an opportunity to solve a social problem of blind people and I decided to implement it immediately. They are very smart, just give them a helping hand to make their life easier. I'm sure we will come up with an innovative plan again for such problems. ", said Mr. Arjun Deshpande, Founder & CEO of Generic Aadhar.
Looking at the struggle of the common man for medicines that are essential for life but very expensive, At the tender age of sixteen, Arjun Deshpande founded a company called Generic Aadhaar to solve this burning problem of consumers in the society. The company not only provides affordable medicines to millions of people but also gives the opportunity to thousands of people to become entrepreneurs.
In just 3 years, more than 1500+ Generic Aadhaar retail stores have been set up in more than 150+ such places in villages like Birbhum, Mhow, Bapgaon, Kusheshwar Asthan along with big metropolitan cities like Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Delhi, etc. all across India.
Teen of action Arjun Deshpande, who is aware of and sensitive to social conditions and problems, always focuses on finding burning issues and coming up with innovative solutions to them.
Arjun Deshpande's Generic Aadhaar is rapidly growing in every nook and corner of India to provide affordable medicine to 130 crore people of India.