Students Demonstrate Assistive Computer Technology
By Peter Okeyo | Program Manager
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inABLE participated in a DISABILITY DAY event, organized by the Siaya County, at the Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University of Science and Technology (JOOUST) in Bondo Town Kenya on Saturday, February 14th.
The St. Oda’s School for the Blind was well represented by four capable (totally blind) class seven inABLE computer lab students: Devoter Awino, Kennedy Luvembe, Sara Anyango and George Ojwang.
Disability Day celebrates progress in breaking down barriers, opening doors, and realizing an inclusive society for all.
Disability organizations, businesses, governments and the community come together at events across the country to mark the occasion and celebrate the achievements of people with disability.
Congratulations to everyone involved with this successful event.
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