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EduHaitian aim to raise £2250 to help 3 women finish university in HaitiEduHaitian are raising money to ensure three young women are able to finish university in Haiti.
EduHaitian provides support for children and young people in Haiti to get an education by sponsoring school fees and associated costs. The charity have been delighted to see three of their students rise above the odds to not only finish secondary school, but to have now moved onto university.
The full cost of attending university in Haiti was unknown until the young women began attending. Not only are there yearly admission fees and regular course fees, but books, work placements and even handouts were at an additional cost.
Deafax, in a joint venture with Intermedia Solutions, has developed an app to make information and services more accessable for sign language users.
The Signly app was launched at the Roald Dahl Museum in early December where user testing took place. The story was initially covered by local news sources including Mix 96, before it was passed on to the national news where Philip Boyle was interviewed for BBC Breakfast and BBC News Channel on Sunday 13th December, as shown below.
The beneficial app hopes to encourage families with deaf members to be able to enjoy the full experience of visitor attractions in the form that makes most sense to them. The app also looks to cover a wide range of information, including health and safety signage.
To find out more about the Signly app visit their website at www.signly.co or contact Philip Boyle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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