INCLUSIVITY

JOHN MWANGI: Let’s do more for the deaf

In Summary
  • There is need to celebrate deaf communities and preserve their cultural and linguistic identity
  • The deaf are the most likely to be least educated among all persons with disabilities

Kenya is a multilingual society. Most Kenyans speak at least three languages – mother tongue, English and Kiswahili. This generalisation is always passed as the true linguistic situation in Kenya ...

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