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Please help us improve the World Deaf Information Resource Project! This page explains what kind of information we want and how you can submit the information you know.
See Any Mistakes in Our Website?
If we are missing important information, or if an organization's contact information has changed recently, please submit the correct information toWorld.Deaf.Info@gallaudet.edu. Please always indicate what country the organization is in and give us the full name of the organization.
What Do We Mean by "Deaf Organizations?"
We are interested in information about deaf organizations at the international, national, and local levels.
What Other Informational Resources Does International Relations Want?
What Kind of Contact Information Does International Relations Want?
Some people depend on email for most of their communication. But information from this website may be circulated in print among people without Internet access. The more contact information you can include for each school or organization, the better.
When you submit information about deaf organizations or deaf schools for this website, please include as many of the following details as you can. Please present postal mailing addresses in a format similar to what a person would need to use to address a postal envelope to the organization from another country. For all phone numbers, please include the area code and country code if you know them.
Name of school or organization Postal Mailing address Video phone number Text phone number (TTY/TDD/Minicom) SMS/Text message number Voice phone number Fax number Email address Website address Description
It is helpful to include a short description of the primary purpose and mission of the school or organization. This description can be between one and three sentences. We may revise descriptions at our discretion for brevity, clarity, stylistic consistency, grammar, and other issues.
Please do clarify what type of organization or school you are sharing (for example, advocacy group, deaf club or society, sports organization, cultural arts organization, religious organization, deaf primary school, secondary school, vocational training program, government agency, etc.).
You can submit your information toWorld.Deaf.Info@gallaudet.edu. If you are submitting information for many organizations and schools, then please communicate with us in advance so we can discuss the best format for presenting your information.
Here are two examples of how you can present the information for your organization or school.
Gandaki Association of the Deaf (GAD-Pokhara)Mr.Rajendra Prasad Sharma, President P.O.Box: -517, Simalchour, Firkei Pokhara Nepal Phone: 061- 5 23295 Fax: 061-523295 firstname.lastname@example.org://www.gadpokhara.org.np/ Description:GAD works to end poverty, illiteracy, and isolation among deaf and hard of hearing people and to empower them through sign language, awareness, and academic education. It offers training in Nepali Sign Language including in rural areas; runs an income generation program; and runs a secondary school for deaf students.
Colegio Filadelfia para Sordos Vivian Patti Jones, Rectora Cll 59 no. 14 A-58 Chapinero, Bogota Colombia Phone: 249 2142 Fax: 249 7546 email@example.com://www.filadelfiaparasordos.com/Description:This secondary institution for formal education serves students who are deaf, deafblind, or deaf with additional disabilities. It is a bilingual and bicultural program.
How Do I Communicate with the World Deaf Information Resource Project?
You may contact us via email, fax, or postal mail:
World Deaf Information Resource ProjectGallaudet University Office of International Affairs
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