Nelson says “I now have friends”

Friends: photo of pupil writing on the blackboard in Northern Malawi

Deaf pupil Nelson tells us how his primary school in the Northern Region of Malawi has changed from a place where he felt shunned to a place where more deaf children have felt encouraged […]

A tuck shop with a twist in Northern Malawi

Photo of parents selling snacks at Kaulusi tuck shop

Signal’s International Programmes Manager, Karen Goodman-Jones, reports on her recent visit to our deaf awareness programme in Northern Malawi backed by the Scottish Government… I am very fortunate to be […]

Goats and cotton wool – a winning combination!

Goats and cotton wool: photo of primary school children in Malawi

Goats and cotton wool? It may seem unusual, but these are just two local solutions which are helping children with hearing impairments to receive a primary school education in Malawi. […]

Changing lives in Malawi: an astonishing five years

Five years on: photo of school children under a huge tree in Malawi

In 2010 the rural community of Emoneni was approached by Signal’s local partners to become part of a pilot programme in the Northern Region of Malawi. In partnership with Sense […]

What price a Red Nose?

Photo of children with special needs and their teachers, each wearing a Red Nose

Signal’s International Programmes Manager, Karen Goodman-Jones, reports from Northern Malawi… To be visiting our Comic Relief-funded deaf awareness project in Malawi during Red Nose Day itself this year has been […]

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