GNAD Hands over Teaching Materials to Educational Foundations READ MORE 2ND BATCH OF GHANAIAN SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETERS COMPLETED COURSE READ MORE GHS: Sign language interpreters needed in hospitals READ MORE GNAD Trains 30 Peer Educators on SRH READ MORE GNAD New Leaders took Office READ MORE GNAD Built Capacity of Leaders to conduct Advocacy READ MORE The deaf are discouraged from going to hospital - GNAD Boss READ MORE Health Workers in SAAF Districts Received Training READ MORE DANIDA JOINT PROJECT MAKES HISTORY READ MORE GNAD & SAAF PROJECT TOUCHES LIVES IN BRONG AHAFO REGION READ MORE Grand Challenge Canada Supports Innovative in Three Regions of Ghana READ MORE Successful Funding of Sexual & Reproductive Health Project in Northern, B.A & Greater Accra Region READ MORE Ghana hosts WFD 114 Board Meeting READ MORE Hope College Introduces Ghanaian Sign Language into School Curriculum READ MORE GNAD Members in Northern Ghana Receives Training on CRPD & PWDs Act READ MORE GNAD sensitizes stakeholders in Justice System READ MORE

About Ghana National Association of the Deaf

Established in 1968, Ghana National Association of the Deaf (GNAD) is the umbrella organization of Associations of Deaf People in Ghana. GNAD is recognized nationally as a voluntary¬† association registered with the registrar of Companies and Registrar General’s Department as not-for-profit non-governmental organization.

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Deaf People are not Dumb.

The current terms in use by the deaf community worldwide today are deaf and hard of hearing. In 1991, the World Federation of the Deaf (WFD) voted to use the official terms deaf and hard of hearing. The Ghana National Association of the Deaf

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