Deaf Queen Blossoming in the Acting Industry

By Faustine Chepchirchir As a young girl, Videliz Njoki, was her father’s darling. The two were Siamese twins, inseparable, and wherever the dad was so was the daughter. At the age of 5, as it was their norm, the little princess accompanied her dad to run errands in Nairobi town,...

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Access To Education For Persons With Disabilities

By William Lenjo Education is a right entrenched in the Kenyan constitution as portrayed by Article 53(b) of the Kenya Constitution 2010. It guarantees the right to free and compulsory basic education for every child. Article 54 targets Persons with disabilities (PWDs) and states that they have a right to...

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Through the eyes of a caregiver

Mama Blessing, a caregiver to a child with Cerebral Palsy highlighting challenges facing caregivers of children with disabilities in Mathare by STEPHEN OMONDI There is a lot that goes into being a caregiver. A lot of things that would seem so ordinary to ordinary folks but often to most caregivers...

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