Niko Educatable.

NikoEducatable! is a campaign to raise Ksh 9 Million to support 90 children with disabilities in accessing basic education. This campaign is a partnership between the Action Network for the Disabled and the YETU Initiative.Your support can make a difference in the lives of children like Rogers. Together, we can ensure that every child, regardless of their abilities, has access to education and the opportunity to achieve their dreams.

To date, inclusive education in Kenya remains a distant dream for many persons with disabilities. Barriers to access, inadequate resources, and societal stigma continue to exclude them from the educational opportunities they deserve. But with NikoEducatable, we can give them a chance, stand with them, and ensure they receive the inclusive education they need to thrive.

Leave a Legacy

Support a child's entire educational journey, from their current school level through to university graduation. Ensure continuous and transformative education, empowering children with disabilities to achieve their full potential. Long-term sponsorship.

One-Time Hero.

Make a one-time donation that directly contributes to the educational needs of children with disabilities. Provide immediate and impactful support for essential educational resources and opportunities. Single donation.

Future Shaper.

Help mobilise resources by leveraging your network to garner widespread support and funding for the initiative. Amplify the reach and effectiveness of #NikoEducatable by engaging more supporters and resources. Ongoing advocacy and fundraising.

Contribute Using M-PESA
  1. Go to the Safaricom SIM Tool Kit
  2. Select the MPESA menu
  3. Select Lipa na MPESA
  4. Select Pay bill
  5. Select Enter Business Number, and enter 891300
  6. Select Enter Account Number and type 11724
  7. Enter your donation amount
  8. Enter your MPESA pin number
  1. Write a Cheque in favor of Action Network for the Disabled and send it to our postal address.
  2. Through our M-pesa Paybill No. 969750 (East African)