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Since 1864, we have been investing in and creating resources for deaf and hard of hearing children, their families, and the professionals who work with them.
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Deaf Women's Network of ZambiaPO Box 32785Lusaka10101ZambiaPhone: (260) 1-255-575 Fax: (260) 1-226-952
Zambia Deaf Youth and WomenPO Box 2036910100 Kitwe Zambia Phone: ((260)-977-844-866 (V) Mobile:(260)-977-866-459 (SMS)Fax: (260)-02-621-470 firstname.lastname@example.orgSign Language Development Center Ndola Copperbelt Province 10101 Zambia Phone: (260)-02-621-470 (260)-095-997-124 Fax: (260)-02-621-470 email@example.com Description: Provides support for deaf people via information on integration in employment and education and interpreter services. Facilitates peer education and para-legal advice for deaf people. [info from third party web site Description:The ZDYW aims to advocate/lobby for deaf responsive policies in all spheres of life. ZDYW is thus involved in programs aimed at empowering the deaf youth and women in human rights, Zambian sign language, HIV/AIDS and creation/facilitation of education/ICT, employment, HIV/AIDS services and full participation in citizenly matters for the deaf youth and women.
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Zambia National Association of the Deaf
P.O. Box 35821 Lusaka 10101 Fax: +260 1 291 657 Mobile: +260 978 06 firstname.lastname@example.org[info confirmed by third party]
Sign Language Development Center
Ndola Copperbelt Province 10101 Zambia Phone: (260)-02-621-470 (260)-095-997-124 Fax: (260)-email@example.com Description:Provides support for deaf people via information on integration in employment and education and interpreter services. Facilitates peer education and para-legal advice for deaf people. [info from third party web site]
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