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Check out this recent new story featured on ZNBC – Zambia’s largest television service provider showcasing the Starkey Hearing Institute and it’s great work happening in Zambia.

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We hope you’ll join all of us at the Starkey Hearing Foundation in wishing our co-founder Tani Austin a very happy birthday! Today – and every day – we’re grateful for Tani’s passion, vision and unwavering commitment to the foundation’s mission: to give the gift of hearing to those in need, empowering them to achieve their potential. Happy Birthday, Tani! #sotheworldmayhear ... See MoreSee Less

We hope you’ll join all of us at the Starkey Hearing Foundation in wishing our co-founder Tani Austin a very happy birthday! Today – and every day – we’re grateful for Tani’s passion, vision and unwavering commitment to the foundation’s mission: to give the gift of hearing to those in need, empowering them to achieve their potential. Happy Birthday, Tani! #sotheworldmayhearImage attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

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Happiest and blessed birthday to you Tani Austin

Happy Birthday dearest Tani! We can only but thank you for all the devoted work you do “ So the World may Hear”- We can only but pray that God gift you with love, peace, happiness & good health as you bless the world with your caring heart. With all our love

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Life is made up of sharing ideas, dreams and goals. Being able to hear is vital to that, and can have a compounding effect on the future of our world.

Nowangye Fiona is a 13-year-old student in Uganda. Recently she visited Starkey Hearing Foundation to check on her hearing aids as she prepares for her school exams this term. Since receiving her first pair of hearing aids in 2020, she has made great strides in her studies. Her parents credit Starkey Hearing Foundation and the devices provided that help her hear her teachers, classmates and friends at school.
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Life is made up of sharing ideas, dreams and goals. Being able to hear is vital to that, and can have a compounding effect on the future of our world.

Nowangye Fiona is a 13-year-old student in Uganda. Recently she visited Starkey Hearing Foundation to check on her hearing aids as she prepares for her school exams this term. Since receiving her first pair of hearing aids in 2020, she has made great strides in her studies. Her parents credit Starkey Hearing Foundation and the devices provided that help her hear her teachers, classmates and friends at school.

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God bless all the members of Starkey Hearing Foundation

Indeed alone we can't do much but together we can change the world.❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

When will you visit nairobi kenya

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Starkey Hearing Foundation continues to support people in the communities it serves. The foundation’s hearing healthcare coordinators provide Active Care services that include additional counseling, batteries, and repair and replacement of hearing devices and earmolds as needed. Wakayinja James, a fisherman and a farmer in the Buvuma Islands of Uganda, is one of many patients who have benefited from this important ongoing care.

Wakayinja lost his hearing after getting caught in a thunderstorm while fishing on Lake Victoria. In 2016, he received his first pair of hearing aids from Starkey Hearing Foundation and he recently had them checked an Active Care appointment. Wakayinja says since coming to Starkey Hearing Foundation many years ago, his life has changed for better and he’s grateful for this second chance to hear.
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Starkey Hearing Foundation continues to support people in the communities it serves. The foundation’s hearing healthcare coordinators provide Active Care services that include additional counseling, batteries, and repair and replacement of hearing devices and earmolds as needed. Wakayinja James, a fisherman and a farmer in the Buvuma Islands of Uganda, is one of many patients who have benefited from this important ongoing care. 

Wakayinja lost his hearing after getting caught in a thunderstorm while fishing on Lake Victoria. In 2016, he received his first pair of hearing aids from Starkey Hearing Foundation and he recently had them checked an Active Care appointment. Wakayinja says since coming to Starkey Hearing Foundation many years ago, his life has changed for better and he’s grateful for this second chance to hear.

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Welcome to Kenya

Welcome in Kenya Again please

Please how can l contact Starkey hearing foundation. My son needs hearing assistant. Please

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