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Further reflections from the ICTs and disabilities events in Kathmandu

The hearing or speech disabled require sign-language interpretation to communicate with the normally-abled world. But sign-language interpreters are scarce. Unless there is a sign-language competent person in the household (e.g., a child who can communicate through the spoken word who also knows sign language), it is quite challenging. Some spoke of having to interact with […]


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