UNAD Through 2013: The Year In Review

Friday, 22 November 2013 16:40 Written by

The Year 2013 was a big one for Uganda National Association of the Deaf (UNAD) it was unique due to many visibly success milestones. It was a year during which UNAD celebrated its 40th anniversary, celebrating 40 decades of promoting the rights of

This question should probably be addressed to the Parents of deaf children themselves but because their answers have not been satisfactory the a thousand times we have asked them, we thought it better to ask a neutral party.

UNAD at 40; So What and What Next?

Wednesday, 16 October 2013 09:47 Written by

This year 2013 marks 4 decades (40 years) since UNAD was established in 1973 as the sole national umbrella organization representing the interests of hearing impaired persons in Uganda. To know where we are going, we must first know where we are.

The Government of Uganda world-over is known for its swiftness and responsiveness on issues of Disability. Specifically in the area of legislation (the slow and almost non- implementation of legislation is a story for another day) has been an area in which

From 18th to 20nd July Deaf youth leaders converged in Uganda for the 1st Ever International Deaf Education, Advocacy and Leadership Summit that was organized by I.D.E.A.L and hosted by UNAD,