About Us

Kenya Christian School For The Deaf, a leading charity for deaf children. We’re here for every deaf child who needs us no matter what their degree or type of deafness or how they communicate. The organization was formally established in 2005, non-profit a social enterprise organization operating in the thematic areas of education, sexual reproductive health & rights {SRHR) advocacy, life skills, and employability-skills.
The project is operates in urban densely populated slums and in the remote rural country side areas nationwide. Kenya has a population of about 45,399,100 of which 19% are deaf and hard of hearing and majority of them live below poverty line with no proper income to sustain them and their families, they mainly depends on relatives and friends for support.
The project seeks to create a future and hope for under-served deaf children, girls, and youth out of school and their communities by helping them to build their skills and resources to reduce their vulnerability in a sustainable way.

KCSD aims at building the capacities of self-development within the communities, so as to be able to articulate and fulfill their development needs as a community in its whole, or as a certain group within one community.
The project has a six-member Board of Directors that assesses the progress of the organization, make strategic decisions and look at program and administrative issues. The organization operates with fourteen, comprising four full-time, and ten part-time volunteers. It also provides opportunity for community volunteers and students on internship to learn and participate in its activities.
The program forms partnerships with likeminded institutions in pursuit of its objectives and goals. KCSD believes in improving the quality of life of the vulnerable deaf children and orphans through education, giving hope, love and support and empowerment of adolescent in various areas affecting humanity.


We believe in a peaceful and prosperous society where every person is able to access education and economic opportunities to build a mutually accountable, inclusive, equitable, and empowered society.


Aspire to inspire that every child should have access to an exceptional, personalized education that enables them to be happy and successful in an ever-changing and to lead dignify life.


We break down social and cultural barriers that prevent girls and women and from participating in community development.

We aim to teach the importance and necessity of accountability and social responsibility both to one’s community and one’s country.

There is a disconnect between schools, learners and the communities; therefore, we are involved in providing access to learning resources such as flashcards, learning devices and teaching materials.

We strive to build the capacity of the local communities so that they can manage and sustain their development.

We work with the community and other stakeholders to accomplish more than we could on our own.

We strive to apply the highest levels of ethics, accountability, transparency, and professionalism in our work.



On SRHR. The risks of neglecting ASRH are great; a painful or damaging transition to adulthood can result in a lifetime of ill effects. For girls, early pregnancy/motherhood can be physically risky and can compromise educational achievement and economic potential. Adolescents—girls in particular—face the increased risk of exposure to HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STIs), sexual coercion, exploitation, and violence. All of these have huge impacts on an individual’s physical and mental health, as well as long-term implications for them, their families, and their communities.



An adolescent’s sexual and reproductive health is strongly linked to their particular social, cultural, and economic environment. In addition to regional variation, experiences are diversified by age, sex, marital status, schooling, residence, migration, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic status, among other characteristics. Access to health care and sources of education, information, and support also varies widely. The variations demand country-level analyses of patterns but despite these variations, key issues, barriers, and challenges, as well as potential solutions, can be identified across the board.

Sexual & Reproductive Health

Providing Opportunities

We seek to create a future of hope for under-served girl-child/children, women and their communities by helping them to build their skills and resources to reduce their vulnerability in a sustainable way. The organization also provide opportunities for children throughout Kenya to play and participate in healthy physical activities hence develop their talent in sports for socio-economic change and sustainability.