Sound Seekers

Sound Seekers (The Commonwealth Society for the Deaf) delivers practical solutions to support people with hearing loss realise their rights by enabling access to healthcare and education.

Hearing loss can be both a cause and effect of poverty.  To combat this, we work to secure the future of people with hearing loss in some of the poorest communities of the developing world.

We currently have partnership projects in Cameroon, Malawi, Sierra Leone, The Gambia and Zambia.

Recruiting Influential Chief Executive

To lead and grow a small team, and a network of volunteers and partners. You will have proven experience in growing organisations with a comprehensive understanding of international development and knowledge of emerging trends in policy and funding, with a specific focus on health, disability and/or education. Skilled in relationship building, you will have the vision, energy and commitment to lead Sound Seekers during this exciting period of expansion. For further information,

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Watch 88 year old John hear again in Zambia

Who we help

Innocent from Blantyre in Malawi lost most of his hearing through malaria and was starting to withdraw and fail at school. We fitted him with hearing aids, and he started laughing and responding straight away. He’s now back at school and thriving.

Case Study Innocent and Courtney Caron 1

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