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Project success for ‘Among equals – Peer Education for Deaf People in Developing Countries’

18 September, 2014
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Congratulations to all the project members and trainees who took part in our successful peer education project, for which a project summary is now available.

Participants in the peer education project

Some of the project participants

This project, which began in 2011, resulted in the training of over 100 deaf peer tutors across India and Jordan, and has helped launch further work on applied linguistics, English literacy and hub development. We are grateful to all those who contributed toward these outcomes, especially trainers Paul Scott, Mohammed Salha, Rajesh Ketkar, Rahul Dewivede, Tamara Kováčová and Sibaji Panda.

Deaf trainees receive their certificates of completion at the end of training

Deaf peer tutors receive their certificates at the end of the training

Participants in the English Teacher Training for the Deaf programme in Jordan with their certificates

Trainees in the English Teacher Training for the Deaf programme in Jordan with their certificates

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