Kenya is the economic, transport and communication hub of East Africa. It’s largely an agricultural country with one of the fastest growing economies in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Kenya has reduced child mortality, achieved near universal primary school enrolment and is working towards a more equitable health care system. However, it still has significant problems of unemployment and poverty to tackle, with almost half the population of 46 million people estimated to live below the poverty line.
CBM has been working with partners in Kenya since the early 1970s, preventing blindness, improving health and helping people with disabilities go to school, earn a living, access health care/rehabilitation and secure respect in their communities.
 15% of population - WHO estimate that 15% of the world’s population live with some form of disability.