Worthwhile future for all

He who hears poorly as a child will articulate poorly for the rest of his life. Poor articulation is misunderstood as a lack of intelligence and is one of the biggest hurdles for social, educational and vocational development.

The Right to Hear Foundation has set itself the task of dismantling these hurdles by implementing projects in newly industrialized and developing countries, which ease children's integration. By building the urgently required infrastructure, the foundations can be laid for a happy future.