The "WE CAN" project, is a transformative project aimed at fostering women's employability and empowerment among youths with disabilities. For a duration of two years, this project is dedicated to enhancing the disability inclusion within vocational training and employment sectors. Operating primarily within Nairobi County, the project focuses on selected vocational training centers including Mathare Special Training Center, Bahati Vocational Training Centre, and Waithaka Vocational Training Centre. It specifically targets youth with disabilities aged between 18 and 30, with the aim of directly benefiting 200 individuals.


Skills Enhancement

WE CAN project endeavours to provide comprehensive training to 20 youths with disabilities in leadership, mentorship, and entrepreneurship skills. Through tailored programs, participants will acquire vital competencies necessary for personal and professional development.


Vocational Training and Mentorship

Participants will receive specialized vocational and employability skills training from experienced mentors. These mentors will guide and support them throughout their journey, equipping them with practical knowledge and expertise essential for their future careers.


Capacity Building Workshops

Disabled business development leaders and relevant government officials will conduct workshops tailored to the needs of youths with disabilities. These sessions will offer valuable insights and resources, empowering participants to navigate the job market and pursue entrepreneurial endeavors effectively.

Alice Mbere, a self-assured and motivated young adult with a disability, is dedicated to promoting inclusivity and empowerment for individuals like herself. As a project officer, she mentors youth with disabilities in leadership and entrepreneurship,Alice's work focuses on empowering individuals to overcome challenges and achieve their full potential, making her a compassionate leader and a strong advocate for inclusivity and equality.