Sometimes experienced professionals don’t want younger people’s ideas. Norma Morán explains her experience as a young volunteer in Kenya.
Many publications can help families, community leaders, teachers, and professionals help deaf children around the world. Deaf Child Worldwide.
One organization in Kenya, Federation of Deaf Women Empowerment Network in Kenya, is working to improve Deaf Kenyan women’s rights.
What does it mean to be a proud Latina woman in Kenya–a country that does not recognize your identity? Watch Norma Moran’s story.
Habel Ouma, Deaf rights advocate in Kenya, promotes deaf education & employment, justice for gender-based violence, & sign interpreting.
How can researchers and organizations improve collaboration with Deaf communities in developing countries? Best practice and learned lessons.
Deaf Child Worldwide provides advice, resources, and training for organizations working with deaf children in developing countries.
A team of researchers share what they learned from researching issues related to international deaf mobility, including travel and sign.
Watch a series of interviews with Kenyan deaf professionals. These include a school teacher, a university professor, a dancer, and many more.
DeafKidz International promotes rights, self advocacy, & job skills of deaf children. Also promotes access to technology & child health care.
The Deaf Outreach Program (DEAFOP) Kenya mainstreams Deaf and disability issues in social, cultural, economic, and political development.
One initiative helped service providers learn basic Kenyan Sign Language to communicate with Deaf women experiencing gender-based violence.
A pilot study tested techniques for teaching speech to deaf children in Kenya. Researchers trained teachers and parents at four schools.
In Kenya, sign language is no longer just for Deaf children. They are trying sign language for everyone in 470 schools across the country.
This 5-minute video from Human Rights Watch explains that educators for Deaf students can achieve a good education through sign language.