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Deaf Link Uganda: Serving Deaf & Families

Deaf Link Uganda provides services to deaf people in Uganda and their families to promote their well being. They also promotes an inclusive society.
The logo shows the name of the organization, Deaf Link Uganda, at the top. At bottom is the slogan "For the advancement of deaf people". At left is a triangle. Inside the triangle is the acronym "DLU" in both print letters and also finger spelled letters.

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Deaf Link Uganda promotes the well being of deaf and hard of hearing people in Uganda. For example, they provide services that help deaf Ugandans to become self-reliant citizens. Thus, deaf people can contribute to community and national development. The organization also supports inclusive societies that recognize and celebrate deaf people’s diversity. They support deaf youth in overcoming social and economic barriers. And they also operate a Learning Center for the Deaf that teaches families of deaf people and their local communities. For example, the Learning Center raises awareness about deaf people.

 

The Deaf Link Uganda website is partly accessible for people using screen reading software. For example, some images have descriptions for people who cannot see them. But other images have no descriptions, or provide unclear descriptions. 


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