10% of profits are donated to Deaf schools in developing nations, to bring indigenous Sign Languages to those who otherwise have no language.

It is estimated by the World Health Organisation that up to 6% of the global population is affected by disabling hearing loss… currently (2018) around 466 million people.

And of those millions of deaf people, the World Deaf Federation states approximately 80% do not receive an education in any language.

In many places, the quickest and cheapest way to ensure deaf people are able to acquire language, communicate with their family and friends, and benefit from community is by teaching them (and their personal network) a Sign Language. However, in many countries there is no recognised Sign Language, nor schools who teach in one. For example, in Cambodia it is estimated there are approximately 1,500 Deaf who use Cambodian Sign Language, but extrapolating from the percentages above (6%), there is likely to be around 804,000 people who have disabling hearing losses. That means only around 0.18% of the deaf people in Cambodia have an effective means of communication.

These videos below of 15 year old Patrick in Uganda, clips from a documentary filmed by BBC4, show clearly how isolating it can be to be deaf in countries without Sign Language education, and how effectively and quickly Sign Languages can change a life.

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*”Hearing loss and deafness: Normal hearing and impaired hearing”, accessed 7 June, 2018, PubMed Health,