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Deaf International Development university program

Learn about a university program in the United States that teaches professionals about Deaf international development.
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Learn about a university program in the United States that teaches professionals about Deaf international development. The program teaches both Deaf and hearing people to work with disability communities in developing countries. This includes a focus on working with Deaf communities. Graduates of the program have advocated for Deaf rights around the world.

This news story published in Voice of America in 2014. This web page is partly accessible for people using screen reading software, but with difficulty. Some images use alternative text to describe them for people who cannot see them. But many images do not.

Learn more about the deaf¬†International Development Master’s of Arts (IDMA) degree program at Gallaudet University. The Gallaudet University web site is partly accessible, but with some difficulty. Many images do not use alternative text to describe them.

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