Law Students visit DDP
Today, three students from the Royal University of Law and Economics came to visit DDP and learn more about the work we are doing and what it means to be deaf in Cambodia. In addition to meeting numerous staff members, learning about the work of developing Cambodian Sign Language, and learning about all our programs they had a chance to ask questions about how someone who is deaf learns sign language, or what it is like to go to the market and try to communicate when you are deaf. It was a great exchange. We at DDP are always excited when people from the hearing community come to learn how to better work with the Deaf community.