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Philippine Deaf Sign Language Association is a non-profit Deaf organization in the country that aims to promote wide-ranging Deaf awareness and cultures, render helpful services, assuring the well-being and human rights for all kinds of Deaf Filipino community, and primarily, it is also a faith-based ministering with God’s Word in Deaf people’s hearts.

A. Objectives
        The objectives of the PDSLA are to uphold the following functions:

  • Implement and further promote Filipino Sign Language all over the country after the ratification of the Filipino Sign Language Act 11106
  • Mutual partnerships with the non-government organizations, government agencies, and corporations as relevant stakeholders
  • Serving the needs of the Deaf Filipinos in aspects of education, employment, healthcare, social services, sign language training, livelihood, and interpreting
  • Promote general Deaf human rights, equality, and security
  • Enrich leadership and skills effectively
  • Access to general information and technology communication
  • Raise and seek assistance for the PDSLA projects and programs
  • Campaign media and advertisement promoting nationwide the deep understanding of Deaf awareness
  • Reach out to the Deaf by the minister and share God’s Word for His kingdom
  • Render Bible visual translations in Filipino Sign Language designed for the Deaf

Non-Profit Service
for the Filipino Deaf

Land and Building

Raised: $0
Goal: $200000

Service Vehicle

Raised: $0
Goal: $50000

Financial Assistance

Raised: $0
Goal: $20000

The Bible Without Barriers

Can the Deaf read? Yes, but reading is difficult for many because they have never heard the language they are reading, and it is not the language they think in or identify with. Imagine trying to learn to read a language without ever hearing it. Basically, it has been equated to reading a series of phone numbers. This is a huge barrier for the deaf in learning a spoken language.

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