InAble Founder shares empowerment path for visually impaired
Irene Mbari-Kirka, Founder of InABLE, a non-profit in Kenya that supports pathways to education, employment and empowerment for the visually impaired, shared her organization's vision and efforts to provide computer skills training to youth. Her 11 year-old NGO has provided over 20,000 computer-training hours to youth and enrolled of over 1,600 blind and visually impaired students with 140 teachers. Working with SafariTel, InABLE is now delivering coding of mobile websites that are utilized around the world. This effort has also led to employment for skilled graduates of her program. InABLE is now working with the government of Kenya to scale these successes nationwide. Irene, thank you for sharing your enthusiasm and vision with Rotarians.