St. Francis de Sales School for the Deaf is a private Catholic School founded in 2016 by Rannah Evetts where they are there to promote the education and welfare of the Deaf in the West Nile region.
The St. Francis de Sales School for the Deaf is a safe haven for Deaf students in the Nebbi Diocese. With a focus on sign language development and spiritual growth, the St. Francis de Sales School for the Deaf works to ensure the academic success of each child by placing God at the center of all learning.
The deaf are often outcasts in Ugandan society; isolated, deprived of their right and looked down upon by hearing people. They are more exposed to being raped, abused, and neglected by society. They are often thought of as stupid, cursed, and many parents still think it is a waste of money to send them to school.
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