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Young Athletes Program Helps Kenyan Kids With Intellectual Disabilities

Living in a Nairobi slum is not easy.  Electricity is scarce, clean water expensive, sanitation poor, and quality education hard to come by. But for children living with disabilities, slum life becomes even more difficult.  “It’s one thing if you’re a kid with special needs or intellectual disabilities in a developed country. But when you consider kids growing up in a slum in Nairobi, or any other slum in a major urban area in Africa, there’s a huge need there,” said Nancy...

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