The Delhi Foundation of Deaf Women is a Deaf India women’s rehabilitation center. They offer vocational training, leadership training, sign classes, more.
Many publications can help families, community leaders, teachers, and professionals help deaf children around the world. Deaf Child Worldwide.
Deaf Leaders Foundation in India mainstreams deaf people into society. They also promote deaf human rights, empowerment, and employment.
Deaf Child Worldwide provides advice, resources, and training for organizations working with deaf children in developing countries.
Watch as six deaf people in Mumbai, India, South Asia use many strategies to communicate with hearing people. One of the six is deafblind.
DeafKidz International promotes rights, self advocacy, & job skills of deaf children. Also promotes access to technology & child health care.
The Deaf Enabled Foundation in India promotes equal access for Deaf people in every area of life. Works to empower deaf youth, women.
The authors discuss the situation of India sign language rights in international and domestic laws and in deaf education.
Using Mobile Applications for Advocacy Mobile phone applications can be a tool to promote disability rights, including Deaf rights. Learn how people around the world
Provides an overview of Deaf communities in Southern Asia. Focuses on India and Nepal. Summarizes experiences in urban and rural areas.
Deaf adults in India, Uganda, Ghana, Rwanda, and Nepal use peer tutoring to improve literacy skills among Deaf children and adults.
Rupmani Chhetri is the first Deaf woman from India to become an international UN volunteer. Read her story about her work in Ukraine.
Deaf communities in Bangalore are separate from each other based on education, training, and sign language skills. Research and analysis.
Is the “Deaf” experience universal? How do Deaf people from different countries relate? The authors analyze experiences in Ghana and India.
Thusar and Babloo talks about accessibility for deaf people in India