Kenya Christian School For The Deaf provides eucation to the children as a basic necessity, and vocational skills as it''s recognized as a primary means for gaining independence, citizenship rights, appropriate employment, economic power and self-empowerment. Kenya Christian School For The deaf supports the United Nation’s (UN) position that all people, regardless of origin, gender, age, disability, and creed, have the right to a meaningful education. The (UNESCO) advocate education as a human right for all people. Deaf children have the right to expect that their needs and human, linguistic and educational rights are respected and supported by educational authorities, in full compliance with international policy statements, national legislation, and national curricula. Deaf students learn best through visual modalities and depend on sign language. KCSD provides vocational training for youth-empowerment in the areas of confectioneries and ICT for employability, self-startups and for self independent. KCSD is a trust/Incorporated institution that runs a pre-school, primary boarding school for deaf children in the village of Kotieno, Kasipul South-Homa-Bay County, Nyanza in Western Kenya adjacent to Lake Victoria. The school was established to provide local deaf and vulnerable children with a space that is conducive to their learning and healthy development. KCSD strives to equip all its students with holistic primary education and vocational skills required to be independent and productive members of the society. KCSD’s ultimate goal is to change the negative stereotypes currently held towards deaf people and the less-fortunate children hence promoting their equal rights through working with parents and the rest of the community.
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