Vision Centre of the disabled Kenya was formed by a group of people living with disabilities in 2005.VISION CENTRE OF THE DISABLED KENYA is registered by the MINISTRY OF GENDER, CHILDREN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT.
Make referrals to the special school We provide specials tool, equipment and learning material Offer sponsorship for fee to the need cases.
Capacity building; through training, workshop and seminars Promotion of startups for income generating actives Creation of groups for generation of income i.e. table banking, monthly contribution, beadwork, small-scale farming, loans and saving.
We do it through collaboration with patterns and government health departments. This includes; Community health camps Peer education HIV/AIDS Nutrition Sanitation Prevention of non-communicable disease Vision acuity assessments Promotion safe delivery
Advocacy is a vital component of our mission at VCDK. We understand that true empowerment goes beyond the classroom and extends into society. Therefore, we actively advocate for the rights, inclusion, and equal opportunities of disabled individuals within our community and beyond.