Monthly Archives: February 2009

Resources Needed for the Deaf and Deaf Blind in Nigeria!

Sannu from Zurich! Two more weeks to go and I’m back in Nigeria with so many more opportunities popping up over there for me to roll up my sleeves! The UN Conventions on Disabilities is making its mark in the … Continue reading

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Fundraising: Help A Dedicated Deaf Nigerian Teacher Get his Master’s Degree

Greetings from Switzerland! I’ve been enjoying my European retreat, but I miss being in Nigeria and working with good people – the volunteers, the dedicated people like the interpreters and teachers I know. One of these teachers I have respect … Continue reading

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Article: Deaf-Blind Woman Almost Abducted

Saturday, February 14, 2009 Deaf-blind woman escapes abductor From the St. Petersburg Times in Florida: TAMPA, Fla. The butterfly wind chime on the door to the Mobil Mart jingled Friday morning. A 40-year-old woman walked in, shaking, gasping for air … Continue reading

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Article: Going Deaf and Blind in a City of Noise and Lights

Greetings! I would like to share with you an artcle published in the New Yorker about a young Deaf Blind woman named Rebecca Alexander, who is 29 like me. I think this article is another prime example how many DB … Continue reading

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