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The Council Launches 2023-2027 Strategic Plan

The Council unveiled its much-anticipated strategic plan for 2023-2027 today. This comprehensive plan charts a clear course for building a future where Kenyans with disabilities (PWDs) can fully participate in society.

A Roadmap for Inclusion

The strategic plan prioritizes several key areas:

  • Raising Awareness: The plan aims to increase public understanding of PWD rights, fostering a more inclusive society.
  • Boosting Participation: PWDs will be empowered to actively engage in social and economic activities, promoting greater participation.
  • Data-Driven Decisions: The plan emphasizes the importance of accessible data and statistics on PWDs, informing effective policymaking.
  • Coordinated Services: Efforts will be made to streamline the delivery of disability services, ensuring accessibility and efficiency.
  • Digital Inclusion: Technology will be leveraged to improve access to services and enhance service delivery for PWDs.
  • Monitoring Progress: A robust framework will be established to track progress on disability programs, enabling continuous improvement.

Synergy with National Goals

This strategic launch aligns perfectly with the Kenyan government’s commitment to inclusivity, as reflected in its Bottom-Up economic model.

A Gathering of Prominent Figures

The event was graced by a host of distinguished guests, including:

  • Chief Guest: Joseph M. Motari, MBS, Principal Secretary for Social Protection and Senior Citizen Affairs, who reaffirmed the government’s unwavering dedication to integrating PWDs across all programs.
  • Other Dignitaries: Hon. (Dr.) Isaac Maigua Mwaura CBS (Government Spokesperson), Sen. George Mungai Mbugua, Hon. Osogo Joyce Atieno Bensuda, Dr. Joyce Mutinda (NGEC Chair), representatives from CBM Kenya, UNICEF Kenya, USAID Kenya, and many more from the government, private sector, and disability organizations.

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