This project is funded by USAID, UNDP, and the Ministry of Devolution and Planning.
The project aims to provide approximately 200+ Deaf people aged 18-45 years old from across the nation the skills and training necessary to effectively manage self-employment economic activities, provide financial access to help Deaf and Hard of Hearing start, grow and sustain their own micro-enterprises and linking with private sectors as a platform for employment and inclusive business partnership with Deaf people.
Over two hundred (200+) Deaf/ Hard of Hearing persons.
The 47 counties of Kenya.
Deaf livelihood development activities empower Deaf individuals and their families to lift themselves out of extreme poverty through self-employment economic activities and strengthening of inclusive business development.