• +254 776 369261
  • info@abilityafrica.org
  • Off Nairobi Road, Kisumu KENYA


Of women, girls and persons with disabilities to meaningfully participate in development spaces that transform their lives, reduce vulnerabilities and improves their life chances.

Who we are

We strive to create a society where everyone is equally valued and access opportunity to thrive and realize their full potential. Ability Africa Foundation (AAF) is a nongovernmental Organization which was registered in 2015

Research and Innovation

Research and innovation in Disability and special needs issues is a focus area in AAF and is aimed at creating innovative support systems to learners and persons with disabilities through research

Our focus areas

We work in education, livelihood, Health and above all we strive to promote inclusion through inclusive education. We support the identification, assessments (medical and educational) of learners with disabilities
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What Our Beneficiaries Say!​

My name is Anjeline Auma, a student learning in YMCA VTI in Kisumu. After completing Primary school in the year 2018, I was interested in becoming a hair dresser and a beauty therapist. In January 2019, I and my mother approached Ability Africa Foundation to join their project where they support girls to train in technical courses and upon request they accepted and linked me to YMCA Vocational training Institute in Kisumu where I got an opportunity to be trained on hair dressing and beauty therapy, a course which I had admired since when I was in primary school.
Anjeline Auma
Hair Dressing and Beauty Therapy
Josephine lives with her parents in Nyamome village, Oruba Ragana Ward, Suna West Sub-County in Migori County. She was physically disabled from birth and not even her mother could tell the cause of her child’s disability. In December 2017, Josephine expressed interest and requested Ability Africa Foundation (AAF) to support her to join Kababu Vocational Training Institute (VTI) so that she could undertake a course of her choice. After being taken through career guidance session by the project team and Instructors of Kababu VTI, she showed much enthusiasm towards Motor Vehicle Mechanics Course which she gladly undertook.
Josephine - Jojo
Motor Vehicle Mechanic

Contact Details

  • Location

    Lutheran Church Compound Along Ondiek Road – Off Nairobi Road Opposite Mega City Plaza.

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  • Address

    P.O. Box 3897 -40100 Kisumu – Kenya

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