Ghana National Association of the Deaf (GNAD)

Projects

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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GNAD DISSEMINATES 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 PROVIDES SEXUAL REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH EDUCATION FOR THE DEAF ADULTS OUT OF SCHOOL IN THE DEAF COMMUNITY

The Ghana National Association of the (GNAD) has unveiled a comprehensive two (2) days of training the Deaf community from three (3) selected regions, the Western, Upper West, and Bono regions in Accra on Sexual reproductive Health and safe menstrual hygiene practices. This is aimed at Deaf adults or out of school Deaf adolescent to …

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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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