Our Programs

| Special Initiatives

Through this pillar, our organization takes on strategic projects where we have sufficient competencies and the delivery of the projects directly or indirectly contributes to our vision while positively impacting the lives of children and youth with disabilities in Kenya.

Through this pillar,we also collaborate and partner with other like-minded organizations to implement projects that have mutual objectives and contributes to furthering our vision and mission.


The inclusive elections project is aimed at strengthening Participation of Persons with Disabilities in the Electoral Process in Kenya with an expected goal that Kenya will become a more inclusive democracy. The expected project outcome is that Persons with Disabilities have increased participation in electoral processes in the 2017 electoral cycle in Kenya, supported by more inclusive programming, and legal and institutional frameworks.

ANDY intends to achieve this by working with local Disabled People’s Organizations (DPOs) in six counties in Kenya Nairobi, Kisumu, Homa Bay, Migori, Siaya, and Kiambu. In the inclusive elections project ANDY is collaborating and partnering with Handicap International, United Disabled Persons of Kenya (UDPK) Independent Elections and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) and other electoral actors like ELOG, URAIA, NDI, PPDT, ORPP, Judiciary, Ministry of Education, Security agencies in ensuring that the expected goals of the project are achieved.

The Uzalendo Project is a partnership of 2 civil society organizations namely, Action Network for the Disabled and Forum 43 .The Uzalendo Project’s mission is to leverage the inclusion of traditionally poor and sidelined voices in governance and service delivery processes in their communities; specifically persons with disability, women and youth in order to influence and secure positive outcomes as far as enjoyment of their basic rights accorded under the Kenyan Constitution’s Article 43. The project is implemented in Kibera (Nairobi county) and Ganze (Kilifi county) and is supported by Forum Syd Kenya. Read more www.uzalendo.org