NCPWD PARTICIPATES IN THE EASTERN KENYA (EMBU) AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF KENYA SHOW
The NCPWD Head Office in conjunction with the Embu Disability Services Office planned and participated in the Eastern Kenya (Embu) ASK show. The event brought together four groups of persons with various disabilities; the groups included St. Monica’s School for the Mentally handicapped, Runyenjes Union of the Blind, Lighthouse Diversified Industries Ltd and the Deaf Empowerment Society of Kenya (DESK).
The NCPWD and Enterprise Business Unit (EBU) of Safaricom Limited entered into an MoU, which gave birth to KIPAWA, their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). The projects aimed at creating opportunities for persons with disabilities and a number of schools were selected as beneficiaries of the program with a vision of empowering and caring for the students.
NCPWDs PARTICIPATES IN THE METROPOLITAN SANCTUARY FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES DISABILITY WALK BY HELD ON 11TH FERBRUARY 2017.
The Metropolitan Sanctuary for Children with Disability was opened in 2007 through the vision of Terry Fairfowl. It is managed by Whitewell Metropolitan Tabernacle Church in Belfast Northern Ireland. It is also supported through the work of UK Registered Chairty, Befrienders for Disability NIC100726, Metropolitan Smile Dispatch in Kenya, and other private sponsors.