Children with any disability are often out of school. But one project is teaching sign language to Deaf children and families in Vietnam.
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Mill Neck International offers a collection of resources made by MNI staff along with curated resources made by experts around the world. Explore an array of International Development topics such as developing an advocacy plan, deaf awareness and empowerment in a country, and how to train Deaf people to be leaders in their community!
The International Labour Organization shares the stories of five Ethiopian deaf women entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs with other disabilities.
When a child is born deaf, decisions can be overwhelming. The authors give guidance on how pediatricians can advise parents of deaf babies.
How does architecture affect deaf & hearing student interaction? What makes a place “Deaf Space”? Author used Participatory Research.
Learn about U.S. Deaf history. Topics include sign languages, early 19th century deaf education, the civil rights movement, and others.
The authors explain how they used “transformative mixed methods” in research with deaf people and discuss cultural challenges.
A project in the United Kingdom helped Deaf and disabled people’s organizations show donors they are valuable.
A Deaf American lawyer, Michael Steven Stein, describes his attempts to improve access to legal knowledge for Deaf Chileans.
Sometimes the most powerful way to teach is through a story. End the Cycle of Disability and Poverty site has six stories from deaf people.
Does development empower Deaf people in Namibia? Researchers interviewed people to answer this question. With caveats, the answer is yes.