Official website of Malawi National Association of the Deaf (MANAD)
Malawi National Association of the Deaf (MANAD) is a non-profit making association of the deaf people with more than 2,500 members across the country. MANAD was formed in 1992 and is registered under the Trustee Incorporation Act of 4th January 1996. The formation of the association was necessitated to cater for the welfare and the interest of the deaf within the boundaries of Malawi. The association is affiliated to the World Federation of the Deaf (WFD) and the Federation of Disability Organizations (FEDOMA).
Inset: Mr B. Chimenya-Current MANAD Executive Director
MANAD In Focus
| MEC Accredit MANAD
Mr. Michael Kakatera, Malawi Human Rights Commission, Lilongwe, requested MEC to explain the measures it has put in place for the minority people such as the physically challenged, blind, deaf, who are usually ignored to participate in elections? Response: Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) has accredited several organization including Malawi National Association of the Deaf (MANAD), This accreditation was aimed at ....
Malawi’s Deaf Association breaks barriers on HIV, Aids (BNL Times)
Malawi National Association of the Deaf (Manad) says some of its members, who could not be reached with HIV and Aids messages due to communication barriers, will now enjoy the same courtesy of peer educators training.
MANAD Executive Director Byson Chimenya said this in Mangochi on Friday during the closing of a weeklong peer educators training workshop which brought together 20 deaf participants from seven districts across the country. The training was....