Uganda National Association of the Deaf (UNAD) has come a long way! So we now bring you a real new-look website www.unadeaf.org to show our commitment to promoting of Information Communications Technology (ICTs) among Deaf people in Uganda, it’s great to have great ventures that illustrate adaption to technology and one of this is a customized website that has been on the wait and now out for you to check out.

Technology is a style in life where things move with creativity and innovation, UNAD has come this far and today, we have to ensure that technology dominates our service delivery platforms, we have to make sure that it is the one reason we can reach out for greatness and make even a more bigger impact and picture of Dignity for Deaf persons in Uganda that’s one reason why this site has been developed.

On this website, we will provide regular updates on our progress at UNAD, keep you updated via RSS feeds of news and happenings then at the end of each month, we will bring you our monthly newsletter (make effort to subscribe by filling the new letter subscription form on the home page)Those who want to contribute to the monthly newsletter can send us an email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we shall include your contribution to our newsletter.

The site now contains more valuable updated information and you can know everything about UNAD and even if it’s not all there, you can reach us through the Contact us page

The website now contains links to our social network page where more information is available, like us on Facebook and LinkedIn, follow us on Twitter and get engaged fully in our activities.

And finally, UNAD appreciates the support from Finnish Association of the Deaf (FAD) that has helped us build this website and will have it maintained through the future.

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Latest News Updates

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