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Unlike mainstream schools, the Deaf are scattered throughout the community and in outlying areas, making it difficult for them to access specialized educational facilities. Deaf Reach provides transportation services to deaf students up to a 50KM radius from each school.

Deaf Reach’s curriculum follows Pakistan’s national curriculum as well as draws from best practices at Deaf institutions internationally. Deaf Reach focuses on a holistic learning environment. This full-circle solution provides Deaf Reach students, their parents and their community with the tools for successful inclusion into society.

Deaf Reach’s educational and vocational programs are registered with the following boards:

  • Board of Intermediate Education Karachi, Gov’t of Sindh
  • Board of Secondary Education Karachi, Gov’t of Sindh
  • Trade Testing Board, Gov’t of Sindh

Deaf Reach actively seeks educators who have the required qualifications, knowledge of Pakistan Sign Language (PSL), and preferably experience in Deaf education or demonstrable skills to learn and be trained.

All teacher candidates, regardless of their academic or teaching qualifications and experience, are required to take an examination. All teachers participate in year-round development training and workshops to increase their skill set, share best practices, and equip them with essential teaching skills.

Deaf Reach includes and accepts children who are deaf, irrespective of previous education. Thus, there are no specific tests for admission except an evaluation to determine the grade level in which a child can be given admission.