• The EastAfrican Publication on the Modern Batik Workshop

    On a Wednesday morning, young Ugandan deaf artist Pathius Tashobya applies dye to his batik painting of African drums. Tashobya, who tells me that he has just ironed the fabric, is meticulously applying one colour at a time to complete his work…. Full article in the link below: https://www.theeastafrican.co.ke/tea/magazine/modern-batik-classes-allow-deaf-artists-to-voice-their-plight-3392460

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  • Modern Batik Art Workshop

    Deaf Link Uganda in partnership with the German Cultural Centre/Ugandan German Cultural Society (GZK/UGCS) conducted a three days’ workshop (30 March – 01 April, 2021) on Modern Batik Art at GZK Centre, Kamwokya – Kampala. The workshop theme: “Empowering Deaf Artists through creation of patterns & designs on sustainable fabric” was aimed at equipping Deaf […]

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  • THE VISITORS

    DLU hosted YMCA – Heby (Sweden) and YMCA/YWCA Tallinn (Estonia) who visited us to gain insight into our work with the Deaf. The visit took place from 02 – 15 January, 2020. A unique feeling of good will was palpable during visits to DLU programmes in Eastern Uganda

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  • Sign language workshop at Vision TERUDO, Ngora Town

    DEAF RIGHTS & ADVOCACY

    Language and communication barriers pose major challenges for many Deaf people in different societies all over the world – but most especially in developing countries such as Uganda

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  • Nassozi Kiyaga at event in Sweden.

    May events in Sweden

    This May Inter Action invited Nassozi Kiyaga at one of its annual events in Stockholm, Sweden, to share experiences about Deaf Link Uganda.

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  • DLU 10 years!

    Deaf Link Uganda celebrates 10 years!

    Deaf Link Uganda celebrates 10 years!

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  • Nassozi Kiyaga from Deaf Link Uganda, participates in 15th session of CRPD Committee, Geneva.

    Report from week three of the Geneva marathon of Spring 2016

    The 18 Committee members were briefed before the examinations by organisations of persons with disabilities from those respective countries.

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  • The Town School, USA

    The Towns School fundraiser for Deaf Link Uganda

    A number of kids took part in a fundraiser for the organization Deaf Link Uganda to help support some of its projects.

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  • Julius is deaf, works as a carpenter

    My Silent City

    From Kampala Uganda, another Yes! That’s Us film.

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