POSITIVE EXPOSURE KENYA Initiative
Positive Exposure-Kenya exists to promote, the wellbeing of persons with albinism via lobbying, advocacy, socioeconomic empowerment, mentorship & education.Positive Exposure- Kenya was initiated by Jane Waithera a woman with Albinism in March 2010. Jane is inspired by the works of Rick Guidotti and is on the frontline addressing the significant needs, both medical and psychological of the albinism community – a community on high alert with news of recent bloodshed against individuals with albinism in Africa.
Positive Exposure Kenya Initiative provides the opportunity for Persons With Albinism, their families and communities to celebrate diversity, challenge stigma and embrace each individuals extraordinary uniqueness, implementing appropriate programs on health, education, survival, participation and development through:
PE-Kenya focuses sustainable projects across three thematic programs;
– SEED (Supporting Entrepreneurship & Economic Development
– Social Protection