Kenya Association of the Intellectually Handicapped (KAIH) is a membership based organization focusing on programs and initiatives that recognize the rights, meaningful participation and full inclusion of Persons with Intellectual Disability (PWIDs) and their families in all aspects of life.

For 20 years KAIH has been committed in promoting these rights and our organization now represents over 3,000 members in 10 counties and trained at least 9,700 persons who are the families, the representatives from the judiciary, executive, legislative assembly, various ministries in the government and civil societies.

Our Mission

“To promote the human rights of PWIDs and their families within the society through education, advocacy, empowerment, and information exchange.”

Our Vision

“A society where the human rights of people with intellectual disabilities and their families are fully recognized.”