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2.51. Spinal Cord Injury Resources in KENYA

AIC Cure International
CURE International transforms the lives of children with disabilities and their families in the developing world through medical and spiritual healing, serving all by establishing specialty teaching hospitals, building partnerships, and advocating for these children.

Association for the Physically Disabled of Kenya
The APDK sees its mission as that of enabling people with disability to overcome their physical limitations and empowering them to socially and economically become self reliant and fully integrated members of their communities.
 
Kenya Disability Web Portal
  • Enhance access to information by persons with disabilities.
  • Provide to the public information on available services for persons with disabilities.
  • Create awareness about disability as a human rights issue

The Kenya Disabled Development Society (KDDS) was established to develop the disabled persons educationally, socially and economically, through programmes designed to empower and generate income for disabled beneficiaries. Future projects includes developing a database of accessible tourism, starting a wheelchair factory and initiating small loan scheme. KDDS is exclusively manned by disabled persons.

Kenyan Paraplegic Organization
KPO's major role is to assist persons with spinal cord injuries and other physical disabilities to achieve independence, self-reliance and full community participation.

Women Challenged to Challenge (WCC) is a national organization which brings together women with different disabilities in Kenya. WCC was registered in the year 2001 with the main aim of giving a collective voice on matters touching the lives of WwDs in Kenya.

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