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An inclusive society which respects diversity where all Deaf and Hard of Hearing
people enjoy equal rights & choices, opportunities, dignity and independence

OUR PROGRAMMESABOUT US

Welcome To Deaf Zimbabwe Trust.

DISABILITY RIGHTS

LAW CENTRE (DRLC)

The Centre will be the voice for persons with disabilities ensuring that
the promises in the constitution become a reality for the persons
with disabilities in Zimbabwe.

OUR PROGRAMMESABOUT US

Welcome To Deaf Zimbabwe Trust.

Our Mission

An inclusive society which respects diversity where all Deaf and Hard of Hearing people enjoy equal rights & choices, opportunities, dignity and independence.

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Our Vision

Transformation and empowerment of Deaf and hard of hearing people for independent living through provision of education, changing societal attitudes through awareness raising and advocacy, service provision and sustainable initiatives.

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Our Values

We take great pride in having established a culture that is built upon a unified set of values that  is Equality, Respect and tolerance, Accountability, Teamwork, Excellence.

KINDNESS TOWARDS HUMANITY.

WHO WE ARE

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Deaf Zimbabwe Trust is a voluntary organization that promotes the rights and interest of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH) people in Zimbabwe. Deaf Zimbabwe Trust was formed and registered as a trust in 2012 and began operations in 2013. Initially the organisation was formed to advance the rights of Deaf children. 

After wide consultation, the leadership of DZT realised that Deaf adults had a lot of challenges and very little was being done to help them achieve their potential. As a result of this realisation, Deaf Zimbabwe Trust reconfigured its activities to include all the Deaf in Zimbabwe. Deaf Zimbabwe Trust is registered as a Trust.

Deaf Zimbabwe Trust Programmes

After so much consultations we have aligned our work towards the following programming areas and  we strive to offer the best of our efforts towards reaching our goals.

DZT advocates for the right to quality education for children who are Deaf. Educational outcomes of deaf children are poor as a result of a number of factors such as language barriers, lack of appropriate accommodations etc.

Deaf Zimbabwe Trust ensures that all its interventions are evidence based through research. In addition, research findings and all DZT work needs to be communicated in formats that are accessible to the Deaf and hearing community.
Deaf Zimbabwe Trust ensures that all its interventions are evidence based through research. In addition, research findings and all DZT work needs to be communicated in formats that are accessible to the Deaf and hearing community.
 

Sign language is now an official language in Zimbabwe as provided for in the constitution. DZT seeks to promote the operationalization of sign language in Zimbabwe in various spheres.

Know more about Model Sign Language Bill

The purpose of this Act is to promote and maintain the use of Zimbabwe Sign Language (ZSL) by providing for the development, promotion and use of Zimbabwe Sign Language and generally advance the equality status of ZSL in relation to other official languages.

Our Latest Bulletins

After so much consultations we have aligned our work towards the following programming areas and  we strive to offer the best of our efforts towards reaching our goals.

HOW CAN YOU HELP US?

DONATE MONEY

Donate any amount that you feel can make the difference

BECOME VOLUNTEER

There are all kinds of volunteering roles out there, contributing to many different causes.

SPONSORSHIP

There are loads of open days, meetings, fairs and sessions happening on our annual calendar. The perfect time to give something.

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What have you learnt from working with this organization? Feel free to let us know your feedback is greatly appreciated

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