Keynes Disability Association(KDA)

About us

KEYNES DISABILITY ASSOCIATION (KDA) PROFILE Introduction The organization was established in 2019 to support improved access of rehabilitation services to persons with disabilities in refugee settings and host communities. KDA was established in March 2019 with the following vision and mission Vision: “Creating an inclusive society for Persons living with disabilities in Uganda including refugees to maximize their potentials” Mission: To promote wellbeing of Persons living disabilities especially disabled refugees through empowerment, building their potentials and advocate their inclusion in all development programs Our shared values: Teamwork, Integrity, Innovation, Respect, Cooperation, Transparency, unity, and Striving for Excellence Activities

Annual Operating Budget: 20,000 USD

Annual Beneficiary Reach: 150

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Our Community and beneficiaries

We operate in Kampala and Rwamwanja refugee settlements and implement the following activities o Creating awareness about rights of refugee children with disabilities to have an inclusive society for people living with disabilities. o Promote social and economic welfare of the refugees living disabilities referrals for support and setting up simple income projects o Provision of locally made assistive devices o Facilitating formation of refugee parent support groups within the refugee settlement and host communities to advocate for rights of refugees living with disabilities Achievements o 150 Caregivers trained in advocacy for refugee children with disabilities o 25 Refugee children with disabilities provided with assistive devices o 10 Refugee children with disabilities referred for specialized rehabilitation interventions o 05 Community volunteers trained in making low cost assistive devices

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