Enhancing the status of Kenya Sign Language.
promotion of sanitation practices, Immunization,and Good nutrition.
Provision of school fees, sanitary Towels & mentorship programs.
Trainings of income generating activities, savings and loans.
According to earlier captured data, the population of deaf people in the world constitutes 5.5% of the population. In Kenya, this translates to 2,750,000 assuming that the Kenyan population according to 2019's statistics was 50,000,000. This number makes Deaf persons a significant linguistic community which necessitated the Constitution of Kenya promulgated in 2010 to recognize Kenyan Sign Language as the third oficial language.
The Constitution furthure recommended that the KSL continue to be researched and developed so that Deaf people may use it to participate in cultural life of person's choice as per section 44 of the constitution.In chapter 28, the statistics from World Population Report shows that Kenya will have estimated population of 65,412,000 in 2030, 95,505,000 in 2050 and 156,856,000 in 2100. Assuming that in Kenya, the prevalence of deafness remains constant at 5.5%, in 2030 there will be 3,597,660 persons with hearing loss, 5,252,775 in 2050 and 8,827,080 in 2100.