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What does it mean to give birth to a child with a disability in Kenya?

Building on their own experiences, our project managers Florence and Alex run the day and therapy center for children with disabilities in the Kibera slum in Nairobi, the capital of Kenya. The work on site is financed by the Austrian association, which is managed by a large amount of volunteer work.

Daycare

In our day center, children with disabilities receive a comprehensive range of meals and care.

Occupational and Physical Therapy

The occupational and physical therapy team creates an individual treatment plan for each child .

Raising awareness

Awareness of our work is promoted through information events and street social work.

Shop for a good cause

With every piece of jewelery sold, you support our work for children with disabilities in Nairobi, Kenya.
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Interesting things to read...

...and important news can be found on our blog.

Elisa’s Reisebericht – Teil 2

Owen’s Geschichte (hier nachlesen), die zwar nur eine von vielen Lebensgeschichten ist, die ich während meines Aufenthalts in Kenia erfahren habe, hat sich als mein persönliches Schlüsselerlebnis herausgestellt. Vor Augen geführt zu bekommen, wie bescheiden, Read more…

9 year anniversary

Was feiern wir in diesem Monat? Lasst uns von vorne beginnen!  2013, exakt am Valentinstag fand die erste Veranstaltung der Child Destiny Kenia statt. Bei diesem Event wurden Aktionsideen für Kinder mit Behinderungen ausgetauscht. Es Read more…

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E-Mail

claudia@child-destiny.at

manuela@child-destiny.at

Telephone

+43 650 289 66 79 (Claudia)

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