PARTNERSHIP DINNER FOR WORLD CEREBRAL PALSY DAY
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.
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.