I deserve a right to quality education.

Almost 1.13 million children of primary school age (6 to 13 years old) are out of school in Kenya due to various factors including disabilities​.

To date, disability in Kenya can mean exclusion from Education, exclusion from EMPLOYMENT, and denial of other basic HUMAN RIGHTS.
0.9 million Kenyans live with some form of disability, with the majority forgotten, hidden, and left behind.

Josephine Mwende, a Kenyan lady with cerebral palsy, has become a powerful advocate for disability rights and women's empowerment in Kenya. Through our "WE CAN" project, Josephine has received vital training in leadership, mentorship, and employability skills.  Watch her story below.


Inclusive Education focuses on creating an educational environment that values and supports diversity. We strive to ensure equal opportunities for all students, irrespective of their abilities or backgrounds. By actively engaging and including every learner in the educational journey, ANDY promotes equity, fostering an enriching experience for everyone involved.

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Through skill development, advocacy, and inclusive practices, ANDY works to break down barriers and create an inclusive workforce environment. Our commitment is to enhance the economic independence of persons with disabilities, fostering a society where everyone can actively participate and thrive in the world of work.

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We recognise the intersectionality of disability and environmental challenges, we are committed to raising awareness, advocating for inclusive climate policies, and ensuring that persons with disabilities actively participate in and benefit from climate change initiatives. By addressing the unique vulnerabilities of this community, we strive to build a more resilient and sustainable future for all.

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Far beyond our implementation accomplishments, ANDY’s programs are intended to have lasting and transformative impact on the lives of beneficiaries.
  • Kibera, Nairobi, Kenya