Who we are

Malaika Disability Foundation was founded in 2013 under the name Malaika Trust, then later changed to Malaika Disability Foundation.


Our Mission has been to transform lives of Persons Living with Disabilities in Kenya.

For the past 10 years we have paid tribute to persons with disabilities, awarding 10 winners each year. Through grant consultancy, we have constructed 1 children’s home in Eldoret (Jawabu Children’s home) and a hospital ward in CURE HOSPITAL-KIJABE.

We have transform lives of more than 2,000 children directly, and more than 250 indirectly through correctable surgeries and students’ studies support system across the nation each year.

At the policy level, we are working closely with National Council for Persons with Disabilities (NCPWD) and with the Kenyan government in the amendment of the disability act.

In total we have impacted more than 20,000 lives indirectly and more that 3,000 directly in the past 10 years.

Our Vision has 3 pillars:


  • Malaika Disability Foundation highlights the plight of PWDS in Kenya through our own major events like MALAIKA TRIBUTE AWARDS and MALAIKA DISABILITY WALK.
  • At the policy level we work closely with the government and National Council for Persons with Disabilities (NCPWD) and our legislative friends in lobbying of bills that concerns PWDS in Kenya.


  • Each year we impact lives of more than 250 children directly and 2,000 indirectly through corrective surgeries for physical conditions or disabilities, hence our next campaign will be around the eradication of “club foot” in the next 10 years!
  • Through grant consultancy we have developed and constructed wards and Children’s homes in Eldoret and Kijabe respectively.


  • We have embarked on a journey to buy land and build a Vocational Education Centre for persons with disabilities, that will help with the transition of our children to graduate from our children’s homes toTVETinstitutions where they will acquire skills that sustain their ability in the future, the skill set curriculum are designed to fit their capacity and conditions.
  • We also fund students with school fees and uniforms.

Our Mission is to transform lives of persons living with disabilities in Kenya


Our Vision has 3 pillars:


Daddy Owen

Founder, Malaika Disability Foundation

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Our Vision is to transform the lives of Persons Living with Disabilities in Kenya.