Promoting access to Deaf-friendly information and professional support services on reproductive health and rights for the Deaf in schools and Deaf adult groups, jointly with mainstream service providers and community members to promote their wellbeing.
• Deaf-friendly networks set up in 15 schools for the Deaf, now self-supporting.
• Trained master teachers who supervise the networks, and guide the peer educators
• Trained Deaf Peer educators within the 15 schools for the Deaf.
• Trained service providers (nurses, doctors, clinical officers, children’s officers, education officers) trained to work with the Deaf in the schools for the Deaf and its environs.