Active Efforts for Recovery of Dysacusis

The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea directs uninterrupted effort to recover auditory disorder. As part of such effort, the cooperation between the KFPD Central Committee and the All Ears Cambodia is going briskly. A workshop on recovery of dysacusis took place on November 17-26, 2015 at the KRCCD. Glyn Vaughan David, director of the AEC, gave a lecture. The workshop dealt with hearing test relying on various diagnosis tools and production of ear moulds and hearing aids. It proved effective in improving the technical and practical ability of the staff members of the KRCCD. The two organizations will continue their cooperation.

Work to Put Sign Language on a Standard and IT Basis

New Rehabilitation Rooms Built

Rehabilitation of Autistic Children

DPRK Players Back Home

To Satisfy the Demands of the Deaf

Building Materials Production Company

Material Foundations Strengthened

Opening Ceremony Held

China Visit by a Working Delegation

Active Efforts for Recovery of Dysacusis