Special thanks go to all the sponsors and partners whose commitment contributed towards the launch of CHANCES*.
Prevent hearing loss and reduce its impact
For World Hearing Day, the WHO calls on everybody to take action to stem the increase of hearing loss through preventive efforts and to help ensure that people with hearing loss have access to rehabilitation and hearing solutions. We share the WHO's tips for everybody to contribute.
Hearing and hearing loss
The importance of good hearing and the consequences of hearing loss are often underestimated. We inform about the subject.
Forms, symptoms and treatment
Apart from being very painful, an otitis media can also lead to a hearing loss. We inform about the various forms of otitis media, the symptoms and treatment methods.
Our vision is a world in which everybody has the chance of good hearing. To turn this vision into reality, we support projects all over the world benefiting people and particularly children in need with hearing loss and open up a prospect of a better future for them.
With your donation you help people in need to better hear. Thanks to your contribution we can provide even more powerful hearing solutions and free-of-charge follow-up care to people and particularly children in need with hearing loss all over the world.
We guarantee to direct every donation efficiently, in order to make a sustained contribution towards better hearing in conjunction with our professional partners all over the world. And as Sonova bears all of the administrative costs of the foundation, 100 percent of your support goes directly to our projects.
You can make an online donation via Paypal or donate via bank transfer:
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Hear the World Foundation
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The Hear the World Foundation is an officially recognized swiss foundation and all donations are tax deductible following the rules and regulations of your country of residency.
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