Fingerchats makes it easy to communicate with deaf
Fingerchats, an event organized by NGO Enable India, is an initiative for hearing people to learn sign language from the deaf people.
The idea is to help improve communication between the deaf and hearing communities.
The interactions saw the participants learning a lot of alphabets, basic words, names of places and colors in sign language.
Fingerchats is a community meet where fingers are used to chat with an aim to teach basic sign language for free and promote inclusion.
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