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54-year-old blind, diabetic teacher who still loves changing children's lives

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The main challenge he faces is juggling between classwork and frequently going for medical checkup.

54-year-old blind, diabetic teacher who still loves changing children's lives

By John Shilitsa | 1 month ago

Concerns over budget cuts for people with disability

Concerns over budget cuts for people with disability

State support for persons living with disability is set to drop after funding was significantly cut this financial year.

Gilbert Kimutai | 1 year ago

Lotto gets its first Sh3.2 Millionaire!

Perhaps he speaks from the experience of a disabled person living in a society that sometimes does not understand the various difficulties that one must undergo – from buying necessary walking aids to even just a basic empathy.

Standard Reporter | 5 years ago

Kenyans living with albinism to get free sun care products

The Government is set to spend Sh144 million for the skin care products' programme on people living with albinism.

Mercy Adhiambo | 6 years ago

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