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GNAD acquires new website as it endeavors to maintain excellence in welfare of the Deaf People in Ghana

Ghana National Association of the Deaf (GNAD), your authentic source of information and news on deaf people and deafness issues and persons with disabilities (PWDs) in general, has acquired a new news website. The new domain name is www.gnadgh.org . The new DOT org will help GNAD as non-profit oriented membership organisation maintain the appealing […]

Education remains mirage for most Deaf Children

The past decade has seen growing interests in the education of Children with Disabilities (CWDs). The aim is to ensure that all children, have uninhibited access to quality education. Recognizing the human rights to education, Ghana has signed up to and ratified almost all international conventions representing a national commitment to promoting the rights of […]

The “sound mind” provision in the 1992 Constitution of Ghana is discriminatory and self-contradictory

By: Wisdom Kwadwo Mprah CEDRES, KUNST  During the just ended limited electoral registration exercise, the right of some persons with intellectual and psychological disabilities to register was allegedly challenged by some  people on the grounds that they did not meet one cardinal electoral requirements; they were not of sound mind. This requirement, which is a […]

GNAD reaches Pru district as it progressively makes gains in membership mobilisation

GNAD has successfully carried out membership mobilization in Pru District in the Brong-Ahaho Region of Ghana from 21st to 26th April, 2016.  This follows similar mobilization exercise   in Kadjebi District in the Volta Region. The mobilization exercise is part of the Danida Joint Project and is aimed at getting reliable statistics of Deaf people in […]

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