Courageous boy regains confidence

Courageous boy: photo of Mungudit playing football in West Nile

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 […]

Reaching out to the 1 in 5

Photo of Signal's Outreach Worker and The Hub Manager signing in front of the 1 in 5 campaign banner

How many people in your street struggle to hear and shy away from conversation because it can become exhausting or embarrassing? Maybe more than you realise. Hearing loss is a hidden disability […]

Finding a friendly ear

Finding a friendly ear: composite photo of Cecile playing cello & student at Vocational Training Centre for Deaf Learners

Cecile is an active grandmother in her seventies and enjoys playing the cello. Imagine, then, her frustration, as she noticed her hearing gradually deteriorating over the past few years. Cecile, who lives alone but […]

International Youth Day: leaving no one behind

International Youth Day: photo of students at VTCD, Tanzania

This Wednesday 12th August is International Youth Day, a day when the contribution of young people to our world is highlighted, celebrated and further encouraged. However, throughout the world there […]

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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