EARS Inc. is dedicated to reducing the incidence and impact of hearing impairment through training and equipping local individuals and agencies in developing countries. We serve and empower people, irrespective of nationality, race, gender or religion, while showing the love of Jesus through our words and actions.
For deaf and hearing impaired people in developing countries to have access to the hearing services they need to help them to reach their potential.
Everyone smiles in the same language.
The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.
Joy is the simplest form of gratitude.
360 million people in the world have a disabling hearing impairment- only 1 in 40 have access to hearing aids.
We would like to express our thanks and appreciation to the following organisations and to the many individuals who support us.
In addition to a long-term awareness campaign aimed at the general public as well as experts and opinion leaders in health care, the Foundation’s work is the central element of engagement. The Hear the World Foundation is a world of equal opportunities and increased quality of life of people with hearing loss. In return, the Foundation is committed to funding and provides hearing aids available. Projects particularly be encouraged to support children with hearing loss to enable them to age-appropriate development.
Medical Ministry International provides compassion and health care in a world of need using Jesus as our guide.
Training Christian leaders across the continent of Africa. In 1976 the mission was founded with the vision of establishing university-level Christian colleges in Africa. The purpose of African Bible College is to train dedicated Christian leadership for the evangelical missions, churches and para-church organizations in Africa.
Sound Seekers is dedicated to helping deaf people, particularly children, in the poorest communities of the developing world.
The Hilton Organization provides education and related services to Children with disabilities in Fiji and the Pacific Islands.