Kenya is ranked 145th out of 188 in the UN’s Human Development Index, it has a population of 45.5 million, with almost half the population living below the poverty line. Families and children who live in the urban and rural areas are most vulnerable.
Trachoma and cataract, two of the leading causes of avoidable blindness are a massive problem across the country, affecting over a quarter of the districts in rural Northern Kenya.
Our focus is on preventing avoidable blindness, improving the general state of eye health and tackling trachoma in the endemic districts of the country.
 (World Bank)
 Disability statistic is based on WHO estimate of 15% of the world’s population live with some form of disability.