Our Programs & Activities

All children in Uganda have a right to education. This applies to deaf children as well. Education is a fundamental human right and it is essential for the exercise of all other human rights. It promotes individual freedom and empowerment and yields important development benefits. Yet many deaf children and adults in Uganda remain deprived of educational opportunities, mainly as a result of poverty, ignorance and discrimination.

Providing educational programs in line with the Uganda National Curriculum requirements tailored to meet the children’s needs

Raising awareness among the local communities to understand issues concerning deaf people so as to accept them as equal in the wider society

Training the pupils and assisting them gain confidence and self-esteem to prepare them for the outside world and assist them fit in the wider society

Promoting teacher development programs by sponsoring our teachers to attend seminars, workshops and conferences

Providing necessary support to parents and children to bridge the existing gaps in all areas of life by teaching parents sign language and how to provide appropriate support for their children

Promoting health education, reproductive health, HIV/AIDS issues, and sexual and general health issues using sign language

Encouraging interaction between the deaf children and other hearing children in school activities, e.g. Music, dance and drama, debates with the help of sign language interpreters

Sensitizing the community about the needs as well as abilities of the deaf children

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Location: 5 Kms from the Masaka – Mbarara highway near Masaka District headquarters (Sazza) Telephone: +256782524589 (Head Teacher) Email: info@masakasne.com School Hours: M-F: 8am - 3pm