Autism Awareness Celebration 2019

Autism Awareness Celebration 2019

This is our First Autism Awareness event. It will be hosted in Kikuyu, Nairobi. We have speakers who have extensive training and experience with Autism. All are welcome.

Inclusion and Special Education

Inclusion and Special Education

In july 27,2019 we held a community meeting at Dagoretti Special School addressing inclusion and education. We were honored to have Dr Beth ( Special education lecturer), Eva Naptune, director of Acorn special tutorials and Monica Kariuki who is a special needs teacher a Dagoretti Special School. Parents were encouraged to enroll their children in schools. Referrals were given for specialty schools.

2018 SUMMARY

2018 SUMMARY

Bringing Hope Charities International Inc was established as a 501 (c)(3) organization on May 2017. Our goal was to create a grass root community for women and caregivers of children living with disability in Kenya. The organization addresses the unique needs of  these and empowers the parents, caregiver. Most of these children live in poverty, lack medical devices and sometimes are kept in hiding because […]

Christmas meeting

Christmas meeting

We are excited as an organization to hold a Christmas meeting for parents with children living with disability in Dagoretti,Kenya. Parents came from surrounding city and far. We had an opportunity to provide a gift  to parent/caregiver for children represented. We had close to 56 families represented. We were also honored to have Dr Beth educate the parents on different kinds of disabilities and their […]

Christmas celebration

Christmas celebration

We had our first Christmas celebration for parents with children living with disability. This  meeting was held in Dagoretti, Kenya on 12/8/18.  Parents came from surrounding cities and others from far. We had an opportunity to give these parents a small gift for them to celebrate with their children. This time we were honored to have Dr Beth educate the parents on different kinds of […]

Dagoretti Special Needs Family Meet up.

Dagoretti Special Needs Family Meet up.

This month we are delighted to host our Special Needs Family Meet up in Dagoretti. We are welcoming parents with children living with disability. We continue to raise awareness in our communities. Our goal remains to foster a culture of inclusion and empower persons living with disability. Educate our communities  on different types of disabilities, how to deal with unique needs as a result of […]

All abilities celebration

All abilities celebration

On June 9th 2018 we held out first All abilities event at St Peters Church in Nairobi, Kenya. We had an opportunity to share  with them what Bringing Hope Charities International is about and how it started.  We reiterated that our mission is to support persons with disability through inclusion, empowerment and advocacy.

Upcoming Celebration

Upcoming Celebration

Over a year ago this organization was birthed.  We to identify and support persons with disabilities in Kenya. Through the year God has been faithful. We appreciate the vision bearers who have worked tirelessly. As a disability ministry, we continue to foster a culture of inclusion for persons with disabilities. With open our mind, hearts and doors so we can get to know them as […]

Special needs parents meet up.

Special needs parents meet up.

We held our first special needs parents meet up this month in Nairobi, Kenya. It was exciting to have different families from different back grounds and different ethnic groups come to support one another. These families care for children with Autism and other developmental delay. It is stressful  for families dealing with challenges and difficulties it entails. Most parents feel isolated and that no on […]

Dealing With Disability News.

Dealing With Disability News.

Once you have been told  your child has a disability, it can be very distressing. It is normal to be overcome by overwhelming emotions of denial, anger, fear, shock, disbelief and despair. Denial: This is simply not accepting the fact the your child has a disability. It is used by most of the parents. i used it too. It is a way of responding to […]