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YOU ARE WHAT YOU THINK YOU ARE. Hello…. My name is Becky Mwaniki, I was born and raised in Kenya. Am the fourth born in a family of six. I am physically challenged, using crutches for mobility. I believe in both ability and accessibility in disability. Beside...

BEING PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED DOESN’T MEAN YOU CAN’T. People with disabilities can face multiple forms of exclusion, often limiting their participation in their community. It can also mean they don’t go to school or that they aren’t given the support that they need. Ignorance or a lack...

I am Mariam Nyambura, I trained in Counseling Psychology and currently working with StepWise Africa. I’m the second born of three, raised in an extended family with both parents being present. I was never raised by other kids. My mother and grandmother saw it fit to...

My name is George Okumu Asimba, I am 27 years old and I have been paralyzed on the lower limbs since 2007. Living with disability in Kenya and other developing countries is quite a challenge that requires a strong wave of social support and acceptance...

At a time when we are worried about the health and safety of our family and friends, it can be hard to celebrate business milestones. However, we have some exciting news to share. Effective April 1 2020 Daproim Africa has been acquired by Austin, Texas-based...

Caroline Wanjiku Kamanja, CEO of Daproim Africa Limited, is a social entrepreneur and philanthropist. Caroline recognizes that there are very few employment opportunities for the youth and has embarked on a mission to change this narrative. The Digital Campus Connect program was created with the...