According to Uganda’s Constitution, the government is required to protect and promote the development of sign language as other languages of Uganda.

Deaf people left out of elections

Monday, 21 June 2010 00:00 Written by

It has been reported by the media that a number of organisations have been accredited to carry out civic education pertaining to the forth-coming general elections in Uganda.

On International Human Rights Day, December 10, at Hotel Africana, Ambrose Murangira launched a children-centered book titled: ‘Children: Know Your Rights’.

Education unleashes potential among deaf

Sunday, 01 November 2009 00:00 Written by

Member of Parliament for people with disability, Mr Alex Ndeezi is the epitome of what an education can do for the deaf.

EDITOR: As the Ministry of Education rolls out the teaching and use of mother tongues in lower primary, efforts should be made to ensure that sign language is included among those mother tongues.

AIDS threatens deaf

Friday, 02 June 2006 00:00 Written by

THE deaf people will be wiped out if no action is taken to increase their access to information about the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

Deaf demand special news

Monday, 27 March 2006 00:00 Written by

THE Uganda National Association for the Deaf (UNAD) has protested the failure by the Uganda Broadcasting corporation-TV to provide for a sign language interpreter during its news bulletins.

Why me? The theatre was silent

Thursday, 11 November 2004 00:00 Written by

You lie down in a maternity ward, looking forward to returning home. But something is on your mind that crippled baby you have just delivered. Why me?

Join Movt, PWDs urged

Sunday, 07 November 2004 00:00 Written by

STATE minister for disabilities and the elderly Florence Nayiga has appealed to persons with disabilities (PWDs) to register with the Movement party.