Month: August 2015

AbleChildAfrica is #UpForSchool!

AbleChildAfrica has joined the #UpForSchool campaign, which is calling on world leaders to make education a priority to ensure the 59 million out of school children gain their right to education. One out of three children who are out of school have a disability, and without focusing global efforts on tackling the barriers disabled children […]


Advocacy in Mbeya

Whilst in Tanzania in July, AbleChildAfrica Director Jane Anthony was at the first advocacy meeting for a new Open  Society joint project with our partner Child Support Tanzania. The project called ‘Take All My Friends to School’ will get key stakeholders and government officials to champion out inclusive education in Mbeya, Tanzania. Want to know more about our […]

Picture of Little Rock School

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 […]