Inclusive Education.

Inclusive education is not just a pedagogical approach; it is a commitment to equality and social justice. It ensures that all students, regardless of their abilities or disabilities, have access to the same opportunities to learn, grow, and thrive.


Advocacy and Policy Influence:

ANDY is committed to advocating for policies that support inclusive education at the national and local levels. This involves engaging with policymakers to ensure that laws and regulations favour the rights and needs of students with disabilities.


Teacher Training and Sensitisation:

Educators are trained to understand and address the unique needs of students with disabilities. This training covers adaptive teaching strategies, awareness of different disabilities, and methods to foster an inclusive classroom environment.


Community and Stakeholder Engagement:

ANDY works closely with communities, families, and stakeholders to build a supportive network around students with disabilities. This includes conducting workshops and awareness campaigns to change societal attitudes and promote inclusivity.

Ready Steady Go Project.
This documentary highlights our efforts to improve access to quality early childhood education for 300 children with disabilities in Kenya. Through inclusive play, teacher training, community-based rehabilitation, distribution of assistive devices, and parent support groups, the project fosters early identification, inclusion, and empowerment.

We Can.

WE CAN, aims to enhance disability inclusion in vocational training and employment for young women with disabilities in Nairobi County. Over two years, the project will directly benefit 200 youths with disabilities, aged 18-30, by providing leadership, mentorship, and entrepreneurship training, vocational and employability skills development, and capacity-building workshops led by business leaders and government officials.

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Ready Steady GO.

The READY STEADY GO Project (RSG), aims to support the early development of children with disabilities in Early Childhood Education (ECE) in Kenya. Active in 10 schools in Nairobi County, the project seeks to improve access to quality ECE for 300 children with disabilities through inclusive play and early identification strategies. Key initiatives include training over 40 teachers, distributing assistive devices to over 200 children, forming Parent Support Groups, and fostering integration through child rights clubs and inclusive play activities.

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The Sports and Livelihood for Deaf Empowerment Project project combines football training sessions, digital literacy, and entrepreneurship education to enhance their personal and professional development. Key activities include regular football training, digital and entrepreneurial skill-building, football tournaments, and a graduation ceremony to celebrate the participants' achievements.

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