CAPTION: Babinye Nalubega is member of a Parent’s Support Group (PSG) in the town of Lukaya. PSGs were set up by SignHealth Uganda to help raise awareness about hearing impairment, overcome the superstitions and stigmas that are attached to the condition and help parents overcome the situation of poverty that many of them have so far endured. They have helped to establish several income generating activities, including mushroom growing and soap production, both of which are sold to other community members. Babinye’s son Bashim has several other disabilities alongside his hearing impairment. SignHealth Uganda has helped her to cope with the associated challenges, and to generate an income for her family by selling the soap we see here, displayed outside their home. LOCATION: Lukaya Town, Kalungu District, Central Region, Uganda. INDIVIDUAL(S) PHOTOGRAPHED: Left: Babinye Nalubega; right: Bashim Ssegame.