This strategy was first developedby the World Health Organization, WHO, as an approach to enable inclusion and participation for disabled people in rural or "resource-constrained" areas so as to achieve their full potential. People with disabilities always live in poverty and in marginalized communities, they always face social and economical constraints due to their activity limitations.
Just as any other areas, disabled people in Karagwe have been facing discrimination in different areas. At KCBRP, we recognise the constraints young people are facing especially in attending schools. We provide micro-finance tools for families to care for children’s special needs and empower them with entrepreneurship skills. Also we support economic inclusion of youths with disabilities through vocational training that will eventually facilitate their (self) employment.
A society in which vulnerable groups & young people with disabilities enjoy just and inclusive life.