4 Comments on “Education for all, even for children with disabilities in Kenya”

  1. […] Education for all, even for children with disabilities in Kenya by William Aseka […]

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  4. 4zah says:

    Reblogged this on 4zah and commented:
    I do concur with the writer on the need to invest in educating the special children. However, i think that investment is a vague word these children need to be motivated. The manner in which the society brings up these kids only worsens the state of affairs as they are either directly or indirectly taught to always depend on others, that they are weak, that they cannot achieve anything by themselves. However we have seen various individuals rise against this kind of belief, we have the likes of Josephta Oyiela Mukobe who is the Principal Secretary for the State Department of Coordination – Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government, and she earned that position, it wasn’t a pity position bestowed upon her, we have the likes of Davy the Artist who’s catchy music has everyone inspired… The government should perhaps look back and use the same mechanism that they used in the 90’s to educate the society on the importance of educating a Special child.That is the kind of investment that we need.

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