Special Assistant to Chief Minister Sindh Sadiq Ali Memon visited Deaf Reach School in Karachi.

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Special Assistant to Chief Minister Sindh Sadiq Ali Memon visited Deaf Reach School.

KARACHI: Special Assistant to the Chief Minister for Persons with Disabilities (DEPD) Sindh, Sadiq Ali Memon on Wednesday visited Deaf Reach School and Training Center in Gulistan-e-Jauhar area of ​​Karachi.

During the visit, Sadiq Ali Memon inspected various parts of the institute and was briefed about the facilities provided to deaf students. Director General Sindh Persons Disability Protection Authority Ghulam Nabi Nizamani also accompanied the Chief Minister.

Sadiq Ali Memon during a visit to Deaf Reach School
Sadiq Ali Memon during a visit to Deaf Reach School

Speaking on the occasion, Sadiq Ali Memon appreciated the efforts of Deaf Reach School in providing education to deaf students.

It is noteworthy that there are 1 million deaf children of school age in Pakistan and less than 5% go to school.

DeafReach is the only branch network of schools that caters to the needs of the deaf community, providing a full range of solutions, from education and skills training, teacher development and parent training to employment and community involvement.

Richard Gary is the founder and executive director of Def Reach, a non-profit educational foundation operating in the country.



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