WAIGWA PETER: Let's aspire to be a sign language literate nation

This will play a critical role in bridging the gap between those with hearing impairment and the rest

In Summary

•It is an avenue that shows the inclusivity of the minority groups and an effort to lessen any misunderstanding.

•World Federation of Deaf estimates that around 72 million people use sign language.

Learning a new language is a great achievement, but it’s even more fulfilling and empowering to have sign language as a real trump card in engaging effective communication.

As we join the rest ...

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