We are always looking out for opportunities to partner with a range of partners who share in our vision and would wish to contribute in one way or another.
Register with us to provide internship or employment opportunities
Offer consultancy opportunities in disability inclusion and employment to us; this will enable us offset our operational costs.
Tuchape Kazi is a response to the challenges and opportunities presented by disability and development commitments, capacity for policy reform, engagement of civil society (DPOs) in policy processes, and potential for businesses, disability, and technology. Approximately 3.46% of the Kenyan population has some form of disability, but this could be as high as 15%, according to WHO/World Bank. As such, approximately 6.6 million Kenyans may have a disability. This shows that there is large potential pool of participants that can benefit from this project.
Our bigger goal is to accelerate the employment of youth with disabilities by building a movement that supports this ambitious goal through strategic partnerships with learning institutions, business associations, media, Disabled Persons Organizations (DPOs) and the government through its various agencies.