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Phillip Otieno – Mwamko Mpya Self Help Group

Mwamko Mpya Self Help Group brings together people with disabilities to provide them a platform for psychosocial support, counselling, and engagement in economic activities for sustainability. The project is located in Huruma, a slum area in Eldoret, Kenya. Phillip Otieno, the project leader, was inspired to start this work after suffering from a spinal cord injury, losing his job, and suffering from discrimination. It was then that he learned of the challenges people living with disabilities face on a day to day basis. "By Gods grace am back on my feet, but I continue to use my experience and skills [...]

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