NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES (NCPWDS)
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF RIGHTS OF
PERSONS WITH ALBINISMS IN KENYA THROUGH PUBLIC AWARENESS
The National Council for Persons with Disabilities (Council) is a State Corporation established under the Persons with Disabilities Act No. 14 of 2003 to champion for the rights and equalization of opportunities for different categories of Persons with Disabilities at the national, regional and international levels as well as the interface between the three.
Under section 7 of the Persons with Disabilities Act, the Council is mandated to inter-alia co-ordinate services and goods provided in Kenya for the welfare, habilitation and rehabilitation of Persons with Disabilities including Persons with Albinism.
Aware of resolution 23/13 of the United Nations Human Rights Council on systematic attacks, stigma and social exclusion directed at Persons with Albinism, the Council hereby calls for applications for grants from interested organizations of Persons with Albinism to promote and protect rights of Persons with Albinism in Kenya by partnering with the council in order to carry out awareness activities across the country.
Prospective applicants are required to inter-alia be duly registered with relevant government agencies and must have practical hands on working experiences with Persons with Albinism.
APPLICATIONS INFORMATION AND REQUIREMENTS
For full information and requirements regarding this call, prospective applicants are required to submit a detailed proposal in line with further information from Council’s website (www.ncpwd.go.ke). Prospective applicants are required to read, understand and comply with these additional information and requirements before submitting their proposals.
Completed application should be sent or delivered in both soft and hard copy to:
The Executive Director
National Council for Persons with Disabilities
P O BOX 66577-00800
The deadline for responding to this call is on 5th October, 2018 at 5.00pm