Icon Our WorkSocial Protection and Disability in Kenya

This report provides insights into the current situation in Kenya regarding the inclusivity of social protection for people with disabilities. It provides insights into the current situation in Kenya regarding the inclusivity of social protection for people with disabilities. It analyses the level of access to Kenya’s social protection programmes for people with disabilities and provides recommendations on how to improve policies and programmes. Social Protection and Disability in Kenya was prepared by our dear late colleague Krystle Kabare in work that was closely linked to a DFID-funded project: Leaving No-One Behind. Krystle was a Social Policy Specialist at Development Pathways and extremely committed to building an effective and comprehensive social protection system in Kenya.

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  • Thank you so much for the report. Many developing countries tend to detach Disability from the social protection arena and this can be traced from the medical model which uses a monistic approach to the interventions. This curtails meaningful and sustainable inclusion




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