Introducing ‘Momentum’ a new series of talks on different aspects of our work and issues that affect children with disabilities in Africa.
Join us for the second live event in our Momentum series.
This panel will look at the lived experiences of girls with disabilities in accessing inclusive WASH (water, sanitation, and hygiene) in inclusive education, and the negative impacts upon girls with disabilities’ access to education from a perspective of sanitation and hygiene.
We will hear how Able Child Africa’s partner in Rwanda and other experts in the international development sector are working to ensure the WASH needs of girls with disabilities in inclusive education.
The panel will be chaired by:
Maria Njeri, a disability advocate from Kenya.
Joining her will be a mentor from our partner UWEZO Youth Empoerment, who works with girls with disabilities, Louisa Gosling, Senior WASH Manager at Water Aid, and Jane Wilbur, Research Fellow in disability and WASH at The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
This event will be taking place on a bespoke site in partnership with Kujenga.
Our ‘Momentum’ events are free to attend, but you can make a donation to support our work on our website here.