Safaricom Foundation, CBM start third phase of Elimu programme

Friday 27 September 2019 | 11:43 CET | News
Safaricom Foundation has committed KES 15 million for the third phase of the project which targets over 20,000 people countrywide including children with disabilities and the general public who will be educated on disability rights awareness and inclusive education. In the first and second phases of the programme, Safaricom Foundation invested over KES 25 million which saw 420 surgeries performed, 535 children with disabilities placed in schools and 384 mobility assistive devices issued. The 347 children also underwent rehabilitation with 879 referred for specialized treatment.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Safaricom
Countries: Kenya
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