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£120raised of £1,550 target by 4 supporters

    Weʼve raised £120 to conduct parent training on best practices for special needs child care nutrition and provide multivitamins and deworming to 30 children

    Nairobi, Kenya
    Funded on Sunday, 2nd September 2018

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    Malnutrition  is  the  leading  cause  of  child  mortality  in  Kenya.  UNICEF  estimates  that  1.8  million  children  are  food  insecure.  Children  experiencing  disabilities  are  particularly  vulnerable  to  malnutrition  because  health,  nutrition,  and  other  development  interventions  are  less  accessible  to  them.  We  are  committed  to  advancing  the  right  of  individuals  experiencing  disabilities  to  have  physical access  to  adequate  nutrition  articulated  in  the  General  Comment  on  the  Right  to  Food. The donations will go towards conducting a parent training in Gikoe, a rural village in Murang'a  County on best practices for special needs child care nutrition and provide multivitamins and deworming to 30 children for 12 months.



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      • Rachel Reichenberger

        Rachel Reichenberger

        Jun 9, 2018


      • Emily Stolfus

        Emily Stolfus

        Jun 9, 2018


      • Syrah Crawford

        Syrah Crawford

        Jun 8, 2018


      • Lisa Ignoffo

        Lisa Ignoffo

        Jun 8, 2018

        In support of Ronnie Sullivan and the mission of this project.


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      Beth Wanjiku Ndirangu

      Beth Wanjiku Ndirangu

      Nairobi, Kenya

      Beth is the Director of Special Needs Program at Ed-Gap Kenya. She has more than five years experience in disability advocacy. She is an alumnus of the Mandela Washington Fellowship program and holds a Bachelors of Education degree. Beth experiences cerebral palsy.

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