The organisation ensures that young people with disability, especially with speech and hearing impairments are not left out. CAEVA carries out sign language training to bridge the communication gap between learners with speech/hearing impairments and those without. These trainings are carried out using locally generated resources and the Uganda National Association for the Deaf (UNAD). Additional support came from Private Sector Foundation Uganda to ensure that the deaf and dumb are included in the skills training as well as from Positive Action for Girls and Women to ensure that the same category of young girls access services and information on health, and that service providers, especially health workers also learn sign language to bridge the communication gap between them and the deaf girls when seeking health advice or medical attention.