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Access to education in your native language is usually taken for granted in western countries. In many parts of the world that access is either very limited or not available at all. That is especially true for the Deaf children like Chanceline.

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Students working on a lesson In many parts of the world access to education in your native language is either very limited or not available at all. That is especially true for the Deaf.

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Most Deaf children around the world are born to hearing parents who often do not learn any sign language. In Papua New Guinea that situation is no different.

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In the Oro province of Papua New Guinea in the foothills of Mt. Avejaha is a community in which a number of Deaf children have been born during the last 20 years. 

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