This is a touching story of a 10 year old baby Annastacia battling with Cerebral Palsy, and positively impacted by Optiven Foundation's #MobilityThatBringsSmile campaign Initiative. The Foundation has empowered her with a gift of independence by donating a brand new wheelchair.
#MobilityThatBringsSmiles CONTINUES AS WORLD CELEBRATES World Wheelchair Day 2021 The Optiven Foundation has been at the forefront in pushing for the inclusivity of people living with disability. Through it’s #MobilityThatBringsSmiles initiative launched in the year 2019, the foundation has been traversing
East Pokot County beneficiaries can now afford a smile thanks to being empowered. This follows a donation of wheelchairs and assorted food stuffs by Optiven Foundation in an ongoing campaign dubbed #MobilityThatBringsAsmile Our goal is to reach and impact more lives
Kitengela, Kajiado County For 3 months ,John Kabue Ndegwa, has battled with a spine problem causing him paralysis, a devastation that robbed him of his mobility. In September 2020, John found hope through the Optiven Foundation's campaign #MobilityThatBringsASmile. He became a
Lower Kabete, Nairobi County In November 1996, Moses Ngethe Munene was involved in an accident that left his body paralysed, a devastation that robbed him of his mobility. In July 2020, Moses found hope through the Optiven Foundation's campaign #MobilityThatBringsASmile. He
Kaptebee, Nandi County. 84 year old Christine Cheboo Samoei was diagnosed with arthritis 6 years ago, devastation that led to the incapacitation of her legs. She was temporarily rendered immobile, and has had to rely on people who carry her to
Angela Mboya, 46 years, is from Athi River. She is a realtor and a mother of 4 children who is a beneficiary of the Optiven Foundation's #MobilityThatBringsSmiles Campaign. Here is her story. “I had gone to show a client some piece
There was also a medical camp at Kakululo dispensary with a team of 35 qualified medical personnel composed of doctors, clinical officers, nurses, lab technicians, pharmacists, and nutritionists. The treatment was second line intervention/ therapy, meaning, the medics were out to