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MY TESTIMONY

My name is Salat Abdi and I am Deaf. Deafness is part of me, it is my identity,I was born hearing but during my childhood I caught a disease which led to my deafness. I come from a very humble background in a remote areas of Wajir County. Born in a family

BEYOND DISABILITY

I am Caroline and this is my story. I was born with a medical condition called Spinal Bifida. My dad on realizing my disability got separated from my mum. He said my condition is a curse. Sadly, again when I was still a baby, I lost my mum. I was left under

Covid-19 and Disability

It does not discriminate, in terms of age, race, religion, status or continent. This is a global crisis which seems to have shaken the entire world. Due to this the government has taken preventive measures to make sure its spread is curbed. Some countries opting for a total lock down, others having

“"When everyone is included, everyone wins." Jesse Jackson

The Plight of the Disabled Nomads

They live in the marginalized semi-arid and arid areas of Kenya, whereby sometimes accessing the basic human needs like shelter, food, education and clothing is close to impossible. Now imagine being a disabled person living a nomadic lifestyle. Accessing most human basic rights is even more difficult and challenging compared to the

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