Global Outreach

How the BSA supports other organisations and promotes humanitarian audiology around the world.

Diary of work in Malawi 4 – the trainees become the trainers

Dry season has arrived, we don’t expect rain now until December!  We are actually heading into winter, this morning I Read more…

Diary of work in Malawi 3 – April and the rain continues

April, and the rains continue.  The weather here is of constant interest, rain at the right time means life, too Read more…

DeafKidz International World Hearing Day Event at House of Lords

On 1st March I attended a reception hosted by Lord Bruce of Bennachie in advance of the World Health Organisations Read more…

Launch of Global Outreach Specialist Interest Group

We had our Global Outreach Specialist Interest Group meeting on 1st March held at Aston University and over Skype. Today Read more…

Nepal Ear Hospital International Nepal Fellowship Green Pastures Hospital Newsletter

ENT surgeon, Mike Smith and his wife Fiona bring us up to date with news from Nepal news letter Feb Read more…

Case studies from Malawi

Alinafe was only a few months old when she first had malaria, which is a common cause of hearing loss Read more…

BSA Global Outreach SIG and World Hearing Day

World Hearing Day 3rd March 2017 “Action For deafness: Make a sound investment” March 3rd is World Hearing Day and Read more…

WHO seminar on Action for hearing loss: make a sound investment

Purpose: This seminar will aim to raise awareness about the economic impact of hearing loss and highlight the cost effectiveness Read more…

Diary of work in Malawi 2 – Clinics from a landrover

Well, it’s been an eventful time here as I am settling in and learning more about life in Malawi.   Read more…

Diary of an work in Malawi 1 – Settling into life in Lilongwe

Helen Brough tells us about her current work I check my bag before I go to work: sunglasses, water, more Read more…

Hear the World Foundation welcomes Professor Kevin Munro to its Advisory Board

Audiology Professor Kevin J. Munro from the University of Manchester, a high-profile figure in the field of audiology, has been Read more…

Do you want to make a difference to the lives of people with hearing loss globally? New work on Global Outreach

The BSA is working with ENT UK to grow our work on global outreach, which is how we support other Read more…

Hear deaf Big Brother winner 2013, Sam Evans’ story and how you can help

This week, Sound Seekers is a beneficiary of the Radio 4 Charity appeal. Listen here (http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b069gtk9#play) to hear deaf Big Read more…

‘ALL EARS INTERNATIONAL’: Tuesday 3rd March is International Ear Care Day

MESSAGE FROM GLYN VAUGHAN… Tuesday 3rd March is International Ear Care Day. It is a day to globally recognise the Read more…

EAR AID NEPAL: Exciting volunteering opportunities in Nepal and good news story

EAR AID NEPAL supports people in Nepal who have ear disease and deafness.  To learn more about their inspiring work Read more…

MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN DEVELOPING AUDIOLOGY IN GHANA – Volunteering opportunties and donations

In a recent Lightning Update Prof Kevin Munro highlighted the value of supporting the development of Audiology in Ghana. There is already Read more…

Humanitarian Audiology: how the BSA can help

Here in the UK we have the great fortune of having not only arguably the best health service in the Read more…

Calling all would-be humanitarian Audiologists

Sound Seekers is a small, London-based charity with projects in eight developing countries, all in sub-Saharan Africa. Our work is Read more…