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Disability Inclusion and mental health advocacy.

Posted on 09-03-2023

Details

Organisation Name
The Stronger Project Kenya
Focus areas
Health and Wellbeing, Governance and Youth Empowerment
Is the organization profit-making?
No
Organisation Types
Youth-led organisation, Youth-serving organisation
Mission of the organization
Enable people with psychosocial disabilities live, and enjoy secure, healthy, enlightened lives and a responsive environment that promotes their inclusion in society.
Does the organization maintain financials?
Yes
Short mission statement
Disability Inclusion and mental health advocacy.
Social impact Statement
THE STRONGER PROJECT is a Youth-Led Community Based Organization For Persons With Disabilities whose major objective is to promote and advocate for mental health anti-stigma and the rights of persons with psychosocial disabilities in Kenya and strengthen the capacity of Persons With Psychosocial Disabilities.
Please advise on source of funding / donor(s)
Creative Fellowship Program Award by Ember Mental Health.
Organisation address in text format for site search purposes
Kiambu County, Kenya
Full name of Founder / President
Emmanuel Brian Mbuthia
Organisation website – full URL
Full name of organisation’s contact person
Emmanuel Brian Mbuthia
Full name of co-founders
Grace Mutanu Mulyungi
Full link to Twitter account
Email address of the organisation
info@thestrongerprojectkenya.org
Full name of co-founders
Nelson Mburu Chege
Full link to Instagram
Telephone Number
+254 7155 47193
Full name of current President/CEO
Emmanuel Brian Mbuthia
Number of beneficiaries?
6-20
Is the organisation registered/certified
No
Total number of staff members?
9
Countries covered, or geographic footprint
Kenya, Ghana and Germany
Country of operation
Kenya
Number of staff 18-40?
9

Youth organisation location

Kiambu County, Kenya
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