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Training of disability medical assessment and categorization guidelines developed by MOH.

  The Council and the Ministry of Health (MOH) begun the training of county referral hospital disability medical assessment teams on the new disability medical assessment and categorization guidelines developed by MOH. This trainings got support from the Council of Governors (COG), CBM International, Light For The World and KCB Bank Kenya Ltd. The exercise, …

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Council in collaboration with KeMSA flagged off Sunscreen Lotion to Person with albinism

The National Council for Persons with Disabilities (NCPWDS) in parternership with KEMSA has today flagged off Sunscreen Lotion to Person with albinism at the KEMSA Warehouses in Embakasi, Nairobi. This program aims at mitigating the harmful sun rays (UVB and UVA) by providing free sunscreen lotion to all persons with albinism through different government health …

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6th graduation ceremony of National Council for Persons with Disabilities-Kenya Sign Language

  Council in collaboration with Kenya Institute of Special Education facilitated and participated a graduation of the 363 graduands who successfully completed their six month training in KSL at Kenya Institute of Special Education.   The 363 graduands are part of trainees in KSL that the NCPWD is supporting under the Kenya Sign Language training …

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DIARAWARDS GALA DINNER

The Council joined other stakeholders for the fourth edition of the National Diversity and Inclusion Awards and Recognition (DIAR) Gala Dinner and Award Ceremony.

UPDATE ON THE ROLLOUT OF THE NEW REGISTRATION SYSTEM

During the International Day of Persons with Disabilities in December last year, H.E President Uhuru Kenyatta officially launched the Council’s new registration system. The President asserted that the system’s goal is to deter fraud, enhance reporting structure for accountability, and also generate adequate socio-economic data for planning purposes.