Ghana National Association of the Deaf (GNAD)

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Successful Funding of Phase 4 of the Transnational Capacity Building Project

The Ghana National Association of the Deaf is thrilled to announce that it has successfully received funding from the Disabled People’s Organization of Denmark (DPOD) to carry out Phase 4 of the World Federation of the Deaf West and Central Africa Regional Secretariat Transnational capacity building project. The first phase of the Project was 1 …

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Job Vacancy -Programs Manager

Transnational Capacity Building Project for Deaf Associations in West Africa The Ghana National Association of the Deaf (GNAD) and Danish Deaf Association (DDL) are seeking a Programs Manager for a three-year fixed-term position, starting from 1st November 2022 with the possibility of a three-year extension depending on the funding of the next phase. The Programs …

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Job Vacancy-Project Coordinator

Transnational Capacity Building Project for Deaf Associations in West Africa The Ghana National Association of the Deaf (GNAD) and Danish Deaf Association (DDL) are seeking a Project Coordinator for a three years fixed term position, starting from 1st November 2022 with possibility of a three-year extension depending on the funding of the next phase. The …

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LET US SUPPORT RESIDENTIAL HOUSE MOTHERS IN SCHOOLS FOR THE DEAF TO PROMOTE MENSTRUAL HYGIENE MANAGEMENT OF ADOLESCENT DEAF GIRLS

May 28th each year marks Menstrual Hygiene Day. The day is observed across the world as part of global advocacy activities aimed at promoting good menstrual hygiene management practices and raising awareness of the challenges all women and girls faced. One of the main goals of Menstrual Hygiene Day is to highlight global awareness of …

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MINISTRY OF EDUCATION LAUNCHED HARMONIZED GHANAIAN SIGN LANGUAGE DICTIONARY

Ghana’s Ministry of Education has finally launched the harmonized Ghanaian Sign Language Dictionary and accepted it as teaching material in schools. The 3rd edition dictionary, which is an initiation of the Ghana National Association of the Deaf in partnership with Peace Corps Volunteers aims at promoting harmonized Ghanaian Sign Language in the country as part …

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THE GHANA NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF THE DEAF ON THE DISSEMINATION OF FINDINGS ON STUDY TO ASSESS THE KNOWLEDGE OF AND BARRIERS TO MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES AMONG DEAF PEOPLE IN GHANA

The Ghana National Association of the Deaf (GNAD), 2021 responded to the challenges faced by its members around mental health and commenced the implementation of a project called Empowered Deaf People for Improved Mental Health (ENDEIMH) with support from Ghana Somubi Dwumadie (Ghana Participation Program). The Ghana Participation Program is a four-year disability program in …

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GNAD LAUNCH A TRAINING OF TRAINERS PROGRAM FOR GHANAIAN SIGN LANGUAGE INSTRUCTORS AT KWAME NKRUNAH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

GNAD is a not-for-profit membership organization established in 1968 with the core objectives of advocating and being the voice of nearly 500,000 Deaf people in Ghana. Since GNAD was established about 54 years ago, GNAD has over the past years advocated for the equal rights of the deaf people and its community. Past years have …

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GNAD TRAINS DEAF ADOLESCENT GIRLS ON MENSTRUAL HYGIENE AND SEXUAL REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH IN THREE SELECTED DEAF SCHOOLS

        The Ghana National Association of the Deaf (GNAD) has held a two days workshop for 15 adolescent girls each from 3 different deaf schools namely Hohoe School for the Deaf, Bechem School for the Deaf, and Savelugu School for the Deaf to train them on menstrual hygiene and sexual reproductive health. …

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GNAD Trains 30 Peer Educators on SRH

The GNAD has successfully conducted 3 days training for 30 peer educators on Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH) including information on safe clinical abortion. The Training aimed to empower the participants with quality accessible information on SRH to so that they will support their peers overcome SRH challenges. The participants, who are all Deaf persons, were …

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