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Fighting Corruption in Honduras: Deaf Inclusion

Both Deaf and hearing people in Honduras are reading comic strips to learn about corruption in Honduras and how to stop it.
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Both Deaf and hearing people in Honduras are learning about corruption in their country and how to stop it. The Honduran Foundation for Rehabilitation and Integration Ltd (FUHRIL) has created comic strips about corruption for local and national newspapers. FUHRIL also works with ministries to ensure that Deaf people can use sign language interpreters in courts. They work to ensure that Deaf Hondurans can access information about what is happening in their country. 

This web page is partly accessible for people using screen reading software, with some difficulty. Links are not labeled to say where they lead for people who rely on screen reading software.

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