DeafNET was established as an independent, international organisation that serves the interest of deaf persons and their families on the African Continent and Indian Ocean Islands. DeafNET has made a significant impact in bringing together each of the respective societies for those who experience hearing loss and related communication barriers across the Continent in doing so raising awareness of these challenges through educational programmes, awareness and lobbying
To be a world-class network of knowledge and expertise in the interest of people in Africa who experience hearing loss and related communication barriers.
The DeafNET Centre of Knowledge (DeafNET) was established at Worcester in July 2006 in partnership with De Stichting Vrienden van Effatha (SVE) in the Netherlands and the National Institute for the Deaf (NID) in South Africa. On 1 December 2011 DeafNET was registered as an autonomous organisation through the combined efforts of SVE and NID.
Deafnet is currently involved in the following projects:
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