Tag Archives: "Kenya"

From Westminster to Nairobi: UK MPs visit Little Rock!

Earlier this month, the Director for Department for International Development (DFID) Kenya along with Members of Parliament from the International Development Parliamentary Committee visited our partner school in Kenya, Little Rock, to see our amazing work in action! The Little Rock team were honoured to welcome DFID Kenya’s Director, Mr Pete Vowles along with members of the […]

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What do the SDGs mean for African civil society?

Ruth Wanjiku is the Programmes and Advocacy Intern with AbleChildAfrica. After speaking to Sarah Musau, Project Officer at Action Network for Disabled Youth in Kenya, Ruth shares her thoughts on the SDGs and their relevance to African civil society. What do SDGs mean for African civil society? ‘Yes’ said the representatives of 193 nations of […]

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Jenny Visits Partners in Kenya and Tanzania

This July I travelled to Kenya to visit AbleChildAfrica partners Little Rock Inclusive Early Childhood Development Centre and Action Network for Disabled Youth (ANDY) in Nairobi. During the trip I was able to visit 5 primary schools that are taking part in the Inclusive Sports project led by ANDY.  Each week sports coaches, trained by […]

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AbleChildAfrica Trustees Visit African Partners – Part III (ANDY)

Paul Harrison joined the AbleChildAfrica Board of Trustees in 2014. Paul’s professional career spans over fifteen years in the global investment management business, leading teams of both investment managers as well as distribution professionals. Clare Adam joined AbleChildAfrica as a trustee in May 2013. After a visit to our partners in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda in September […]

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Partner Learning Exchange Visit

AbleChildAfrica and Action Network for Disabled Youth (ANDY) are currently running a project that uses sports to encourage out of school disabled children into school. Part of the project supported a learning exchange visit between ANDY and our partners in Uganda who have also worked on projects that increase school enrollment of disabled children. Sarah […]

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