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The Council has officially launched the newly onboarded disability registration service on eCitizen. This new platform, in line with the directive by His Excellency President William Ruto on digitization of government services, marks a new milestone and dispensation in Kenya’s disability movement.

The launch was graced by Principal Secretary State Department for Social Protection and Senior Citizen Affairs Mr. Joseph Motari MBS, Director General of eCitizen Amb. Isaac Ochieng, Huduma Kenya Secretariat Ag. CEO Mr. Mugambi Njeru, development partners and organizations of persons with disabilities.

Going forward, persons with disabilities will be self-registering themselves on eCitizen with the required documentation (disability medical assessment report, ID/birth certificate and passport-size photo), and receiving confirmation SMS and their disability registration certificates from the comfort of their mobile devices – which can be freely downloaded and print whenever one needs to access a service. Parents and caregivers of minors with disabilities will also register them on the platform. Persons with disabilities with previous waiting cards will also be able to apply for the certificate and retain their disability numbers.

This new mode of registration ends the generation of physical disability cards for persons with disabilities, and the strain of visiting county disability offices to apply for registration. The Council will be embarking on mass sensitization exercises to the public on this new approach of registration.

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