NEWS LETTER FROM HEARING LOSS CHARITY SIGNAL
The news letter brings you stories from community engagements and successes;
Courageous Boy regains confidence:
Mungudit developed hearing loss around one year of age. Now 13 years old, he attends primary school some ten kilometres from his village in Nebbi District, but he is hindered by his ear problem.
Coming together through sign (UK Project):
Signal’s Introduction to British Sign Language (BSL) course has expanded geographically in Shropshire in response to growing demand, and it has become part of the enrichment programme at Harper Adams University.
Gaining experience and goodwill (African Project):
Students at the Vocational Training Centre for Deaf Learners in Tanzania have successfully completed the first phase of internships in a programme to provide practical experience in the workplace. Signal and its partner Childreach Tanzania are running this programme with the support of The Marr-Munning Trust.
Finding empathy and expertise:
Barbara explains what Signal’s specialist support in the rural county of Shropshire has meant to both her and husband Roy. This support has been made possible by the Big Lottery Fund.
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