• Training on Measuring and Designing Equipment

    8 Occupational therapists and 2 physiotherapists attended a 3-day training 27-29 of May on taking measurements of children with physical disabilities, and critical thinking processes to come up with the most accommodating design of an equipment for each individual child. The training was facilitated by Esther Muriuki, senior occupational therapist. It was a very useful training that will have a…

  • Improved databases

    SEP is happy to be part of Therap Global an organisation that helps support organisations working with persons with disabilities with better documentation. With their well designed database software, SEP will be able to keep maintaining our data with precision and reliability, ensuring better reports.

  • Workshop Handling & Positioning

    The SEP team went to Stella Cometa in Machakos County and gave a workshop about Handling and Positioning. 22 mothers and their children attended the very interactive workshop.

  • HIP HIP HOORAY!

    We recently received the good news that our funding application to East Flanders has been approved! And with that, the starting shot has been fired. From now on we will be organizing events to fundraise the remaining part of the project budget. How you can help you will soon hear on our website and Facebook page!

  • SEP ON THE ROAD AGAIN

    The SEP team went for the 6th time to Lokichar, Turkana County, to continue capacity building at the St. John Paul II centre. The children of the centre were reviewed and intervention plans adapted. Parents of the community attended a consultation and a workshop on communication, positioning and handling. This time SEP facilitated a sibling workshop, and an awareness event on…

  • Awareness is Important!

    On Friday February 26th the SEP team held an awareness event in Kikuyu in cooperation with Maria Njeri Foundation, one of our partner organisations. One of the objectives was to reach children with disabilities who do not receive any form of intervention. People visited our 2 information stands on disabilities and therapy intervention services. Part of the team distributed stickers to…

  • New Team Member and New Inclusion Project!

    SEP welcomes Lilian Agesa who is in charge of the new inclusion programme funded by Comundo. This programme targets regular teachers from pre-primary 1-2, and primary 1-3 the early years of education. The first training sessions are scheduled for April, where the teachers will learn about how to include children with disability in their class rooms and how to support…

  • 30 years!

    2020 has come to an end but not without celebrating SEP 30 years of existence. The big celebration we had in mind could not happen because of Covid-19 that changed 2020 so drastically. But it could not stop us from celebrating and looking back at 30 years of work...