By Mercy Ndirangu It was yet another great news for albinism society of Kenya (ASK) after Kenya film classification board (KFCB) partnered to help create awareness on issues to do with albinism. This comes after the KFCB chief executive officer Dr. Ezekiel Mutua attended the first ever Mr. and Miss Albinism Kenya on 21[…]
This is an initiative established by a young man of educating one Person with Albinism at a time. He calls out other people who are able to do so to follow suite.
Currently educating over Sixty five (65) Pupils and students across the Country from Kindergarten, Primary, Secondary to University level.
We have had exchange visits from other countries Delegation from 1. Botswana 2. Tanzanians 3. Malawi Police 4. Salif Keita from Mali
A program for awareness creation to the public through media, publications, workshops, seminars etc. so far we have reached 24 counties and still going on with the campaign.
Robinson Mukhwana – 2009 Gabriel Kinyanjui – 2014 Bianca Chacha – 2014 Andrew And Adrian – 2015
We have been able to reach out to over 1,000 individuals and institutions for guidance and counseling.
ASK has been able to Buy a 1 ¼ acre piece of Land in Embu for Economic Empowerment for Albinism Center.
ASK has partnered with Safaricom and Amiran to set up two green Houses in Mt. Kenya
ASK has managed to secure employment for over 25 PWAs in various companies such us: Safaricom, Barclays, L`oreal.