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Why support Dyslexia Organization Kenya

In Kenya parents, educators, health workers and other professionals either have little or no knowledge about learning disabilities and related disorders. Learners with learning disabilities are often not recognized for their gifts and struggle to soar to the heights of their abilities in our society.
Those who are both learning disabled and females tend to face the greatest challenges and sometimes aggravated by the poor or low socio-economic status of the learners with learning disabilities. For example, a learner with disability who comes from a poor family is unlikely to go to school while his/her counterpart from a well to do family might be able to go to school.
From the beginning of their formal school years, learners with learning disabilities find themselves facing challenges in a society and school environment which often neither recognise nor foster exceptionalities.

Although protected by international policies and national policies of Kenya, learners with special needs often do not get the assessment, evaluation and support services they need to thrive. School aged learners with learning disabilities are often misunderstood and mislabeled, thus floundering in an unstructured environment, often suffering from the emotional impact of their differences. As they reach adulthood, those individuals have to fight societal misconceptions about their abilities. They thus struggle to obtain the education/training required to maintain jobs and independent living.


If you have benefited from our services, then you will know what a difference our support can make to the lives of people with dyslexia. There is a huge need for our help and we receive many calls from people who need help.

We want our charity to continue helping dyslexic people to overcome their difficulties and recognise their strengths. However, we depend on the funds we can earn or raise to pay for our way. We get no government funding to cover the cost of providing free information and advice. So we ask you to help us to maintain this vital service. We really need your support:

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  • You can send your donation directly to the bank account details below:Bank: Equity Bank
    Branch: Harambee Avenue
    Account Name: Dyslexia Organisation Kenya,
    Account No: 0240297123905,
    Swift code: EQBLKENA
    Bank Code: 068,
    Branch Code: 024


Paybill Number:   517279
Account Name:   Dyslexia Kenya