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Atfaluna Society for Deaf Children in the Gaza Strip

Learn about the Atfaluna Society for Deaf Children in the Gaza strip. Provides health care, social services, education, & work opportunities.
Screenshot from a video on the Atfaluna Society for Deaf Children. A teacher and two young students are seated around a table signing to each other.

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Gazan NGO helps deaf people find work

Watch this video to learn about the Atfaluna Society for Deaf Children in the Gaza strip. The society provides health care, social services, education, and work opportunities for deaf people. In other words, they work to improve the lives of deaf people. They also promote deaf people’s integration into society.

The video has spoken English. Meanwhile, people at the Atfaluna Society for Deaf Children use Palestinian Sign Language. However, the video only uses automated captions, not human-edited captions. As a result, the captions have errors.

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