ConnectHear: How three students are paving the way for deaf and mute people in Pakistan | The Express Tribune

ConnectHear: How three students are paving the way for deaf and mute people | The Express TribuneThree students are attempting to transform the way in which the deaf and mute people are received and perceived in Pakistani society; namely not as people to sympathise with and feel sorry for, but rather people who have their own identity and be included in the wider society.

Arhum, Azima and Areej are three students who were united through the Pakistan US Alumni Network that facilitates students and provides them with the opportunity to travel on exchange to the US through their YES program. When asked what inspired these three hardworking individuals towards the cause, they related the story to The Express Tribune of Azima’s deaf-mute parents.

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