Muslim Deaf Society (MUDESO) will on this Sunday January 30, 2011 hold its one-day long symposium for the deaf and the visual impaired at kameza training centre in Blantyre.
According to the association’s chairman Ahmad Mashah said the function is aimed at bringing them together and share issues affecting their dairy lives especially on how they communicate with the society, adding that “it will be the first time in the history of Malawi for a Muslim organization to hold such a function.
He further appealed all Muslims to attend the event which is expected to start at 9:00 Central African Time (CAT).
The function will attract several dignitaries from different organizations such as Sheikh Jafari Chawala from African development and education trust (ADEF) and Sheikh Makalani Kaunda, founder and chairman of Tauba Islamic Dawah Movement, both will be answering different questions.
Muslim deaf society (MUDESO) is a non-profit making organization affiliated to Muslim Association Of Malawi (MAM) formed in April 2007 and registered with the government of Malawi under the trustees in corporation act 1962 cap 5:03 of the laws of Malawi.
Its objective is to support on education of the Deaf children through facilitating in sign language and madrassah to deaf Muslims in the society.