Mr & Miss Albinism 2018

Date: 2nd  November, 2018 Time: 5:00 PM –  12:00 midnight Venue: To be confirmed It’s a campaign that will be running every year which is entirely made to promote self awareness of PWAs in the society essentially to stop vices like discrimination and stigmatization. Raise funds from promoting education to PWAs ,this helps in opening

Justice Mumbi Ngugi transferred to Kericho

This is to let you know that after the Chief Justice Willy Mutunga transferred judges including Justice Mumbi Ngugi to Kericho, I immediately sought answers from him noting only too well that such transfers may be occasioned by other motivations. This is what the CJ said “She sought the transfer. In addition to accepting her

The UAP Old Mutual Foundation And Kenya Society For The Blind Partnership Launch

HON. MWAURA ATTENDS THE UAP OLD MUTUAL FOUNDATION AND KENYA SOCIETY FOR THE BLIND PARTNERSHIP LAUNCH Earlier today Hon. Isaac Mwaura, Nominated Member of Parliament, Special Interest Groups, attended a partnership launch between UAP Old Mutual Foundation and Kenya Society for the Blind. The event held at Kenya Society for the Blind grounds was represented

Hon. Mwaura’s Bill On The Comprehensive Amendment To Persons With Disabilities

Hon. Mwaura’s bill on the comprehensive amendment to the persons with disabilities act has been published as a legislative proposal. It is now awaiting publication scrutiny. We hope that it will be a new law before the end of this parliament.  

Niko na Haki campaign in Muranga County 2016

In Murang’a town during a community interactive session on albinism under our ‘Niko Na Haki campaign spearheaded by the Albinism Society of Kenya of which I am the National Coordinator. Our theme is ‘Nikubali Nijumuishe ( Accept me, Include me). We had a great time with the people that matter: bodaboda riders, mama mboga’s, farmers,local

A high level meeting with the (TSC) on making reader’s allowances accessible to all visually impaired

Making reader’s allowances accessible to all visually impaired Hon. Isaac Mwaura, the nominated Member of Parliament for Special Interest groups held a high level meeting on February 4, 2015 with the Teachers’ Service Commission (TSC). Mr. Twahil Sayd, TSC Commissioner and Ms. Ann Wamugunda, the Assistant Deputy Director represented the TSC. The meeting, an initiative

Niko na Haki campaign in Kiambu County 2016.

Niko na Haki campaign in Kiambu County 2016. [Best_Wordpress_Gallery id=”26″ gal_title=”Niko na Haki campaign in Kiambu County 2016.”]

Albinism Society of Kenya (ASK) Strategic Plan

The Albinism Society of Kenya continues to commit itself to its mission as illustrated by the on-going effort. On 16th of September 2015, Hon. Mwaura Isaac – Nominated MP Special Interest Groups chaired a validation workshop for the 5 year Strategic Plan of the organization. The event held at the Kenya Society for the Blind,

A Workshop to Review the Normative framework and Development of the strategic plan of the Albinism Society of Kenya

During a workshop to review the normative framework and development of the strategic plan of the Albinism Society of Kenya. It was nice being with and sharing with professionals with Albinism both young and old drawn from diverse fields, for the first time in Kenya. [Best_Wordpress_Gallery id=”26″ gal_title=”ASK workshop to review Strategic Plan”]

Kenya Joins The Rest Of The World In Marking World Albinism Day[VIDEO]

Kenya joined the rest of the world in marking the World Albinism Day, a day aimed at celebrating a people who have for long been associated with bad luck especially in Africa where their condition has led seen some of them discriminated against and even killed .    K24 KTN

International Albinism Awareness Day.

We celebrated the inaugural of the first ever International Albinism Awareness day, at KICC. Our theme was ‘Niko na Haki ya Kuishi’, I have a right to life. The chief guest was Hon Eugene Wamalwa, Cabinet Secretary Designate.Others who graced the occassion included Hon Johnstone Sakaja, Chair Parliamentary committee on equality and National Cohesion, PrincipalSecretary,

Albinism: When mothers traffic their own flesh and blood for ritual killings

In 2010, Robinson Mukhwana was lured by a friend to accompany him to Tanzania for a job. Robinson never suspected his friend had other intentions and innocently accompanied him, and he only escaped murder for his body parts after being rescued by police in Tanzania whose awareness to such crimes had been heightened following gruesome