Ubuntu Kids is empowering children through education and health care.
To provide access to essential services and promote social inclusion for children with special educational and physical needs throughout Kenya. To achieve this goal, Ubuntu Kids supports two key programs, the Ubuntu Special Needs Centre (SNC) and Ubuntu Health.
Provides physical rehabilitation services and individualized learning programs for full and part-time students while mobilizing a network of advocates for child rights and special needs inclusion throughout Kenya.
Provides access to essential health care for children with nowhere else to go. Our US medical teams and community health workers host quarterly clinics to provide specialty care and train with local health care systems to improve local access.
- The SNC provides 33 full-time and 17 in-home special needs students with individualized learning programs and physical rehabilitation therapy.
- Three graduates have secured full-time employment with Ubuntu's enterprise programs.
- Five students have graduated from our program able to join their peers at mainstream schools.
- Ubuntu Health currently serves 236 pediatric patients, providing consistent follow up care and access to essential medications.
- Nine of our neural patients are now seizure-free and able to attend school for the first time.
- 21 of our cardiac patients have received life-saving heart surgery.