PART­NER­SHIP DIN­NER FOR WORLD CERE­BRAL PALSY DAY

The Star (Kenya) - - Society -

After an aware­ness walk in Nairobi on Wed­nes­day morn­ing to mark World Cere­bral Palsy Day, a part­ner­ship din­ner was hosted at the Na­tional Mu­se­ums of Kenya on Fri­day evening.

The event seeks to raise aware­ness on cere­bral palsy and mo­bilise re­sources to ex­pand the cere­bral palsy unit at Dr Ribeiro which cur­rently houses over 100 chil­dren.

In at­ten­dance at the din­ner were Spe­cial Por­grammes PS Josephta

Oyiela Mukobe, BSD Grouo di­rec­tor Eva Mu­raya, Dr Ribeiro prin­ci­pal Rose Mureu and Orion Foun­da­tion founder Mary Wa­ri­gia.

/ DOU­GLAS OKIDDY

CAP­TIONS

1. Spe­cial Pro­grammes PS Josephta Oyiela Mukobe with BSD Group di­rec­tor Eva Mu­raya. 2. Loreto Con­vent Msongari deputy head teacher Mary Mum­bua Mu­tuku.

3. Sun­shine Sec School teacher Mar­garet Mukobe, Hiv Tri­bunal rep­re­sen­ta­tive Deanna Aluso and Dr Ribeiro Pri­mary school teacher Rose Kibi­cho. 4. JMJ Sports Academy di­rec­tor Jean Marie with Dr Ribeiro Park­lands Pri­mary prin­ci­pal Rose Mureu. 5. Orion Foun­da­tion founder Mary Wa­ri­gia. 6. Avid PR’s Caro­line Mumbi and Sarah Ndegwa.

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