At this stage, this organisation has just started their partnership with the CareTech Foundation. Therefore, it is too early to assess the impact of the programmes, although  we have early stage reach.

Empowering people with mobility disabilities in Kenya by developing national wheelchair services, raising care standards, and improving quality of life and inclusion. The outcomes will be a model wheelchair service developed at the university (JKUAT), training for future carers, and an improved referral, fit and follow-up system. So far, 234 care sector workers have received WHO Wheelchair Service Training Packages, 12 Community Artisans have been trained for wheelchair repairs, and 39 people have been fitted and issued with a wheelchair.