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Disability Activism Advocacy Education
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Pamoja Twaweza Community-based Organization, a refugee-led organization is based in Nairobi and was founded in 2021, serving Vulnerable refugee and host community Persons with Disability and youth in three thematic areas; livelihood, mental health, and advocacy. In order to achieve our objectives, Pamoja Twaweza provides training in tailoring, dressmaking, graphic design, and printing. In addition, we run the Pamoja Twaweza Fashion Designs, an income-generating project that offers attachment and job opportunities to our trainees. At Pamoja Twaweza, we embrace Partnerships and have therefore partnered with Optic Learning Space, a host community-owned business enterprise to train our beneficiaries on graphic design and printing also providing attachments on the same. Through partnerships, we also provide mental health awareness and advocate on issues affecting Persons with Disabilities. We believe that disability is not inability and that PWDs are abled differently. They should therefore be given an opportunity to bring out the best of their abilities.


Current Partners

  1. Refuge point
  2. HIAS
  3. Pamoja Trust

Previous Partners

  1. Community

Organization Mission: “To identify and support marginalized and vulnerable persons with disability and youth in our community become self- reliant through facilitating timely access to quality vocational skills and livelihood opportunities”

Organization Vision: “To ensure all marginalized and vulnerable persons with disability and youth in our community have access to quality vocational training, resulting in self-reliance.”

Contact Person: Eric Kimararungu

Contact Email: pamojatwaweza034@gmail.com

Second Contact Person: Ramazani Mulisho

Secondary Email: ramamulisho@gmail.com

Additional location: Pamoja Twaweza CBO has supported over 300 refugee and host community members with basic needs and WASH items. We also advocate for the rights and inclusion of persons with disabilities and youth. 20 refugees and 10 host community members have completed the tailoring and dressmaking course. An additional 30 youths are undertaking literacy and digital skills at the Pamoja Twaweza learning space.

Networks: Relon Kenya, Refugee self-reliance initiative(RSRI)

Network Emails: info@relonkenya.or.ke, info@refugeeselfreliance.org

Field Partners: Cohere

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