May 13, 2017

World Wide Hearing (WWH)

World Wide Hearing (WWH)¬†“Care for Developing Countries and Deserving Communities”- Jordan

Is a non-profit organization that provides access to affordable hearing aids to children and youth in developing countries. WWH connects people to the world through better hearing.

Andrew de Carpentier (Br. Andrew), is the Chairman of World Wide Hearing

(Br. Andrew & Jason Szolomayer)

World Wide Hearing (WWH) is an offshoot of the World Health Organization (WHO), with a mandate to prevent hearing impairment, deafness, and the burden of hearing loss. The World Health Organization (WHO) is the directing and coordinating authority for health within the United Nations system.

Click here to view the official agreement

World Wide Hearing (WWH) seeks to develop public and private partnerships that address the urgent global need for hearing aids for 80 million children and young adults with hearing disabilities.

WWH was incorporated in Geneva, Switzerland in 2006.

Its Hearing ExpressTM model of service delivery is a high-volume, community-based provision of affordable hearing aids, using innovative and modern digital technologies.