INCLUSIVE EDUCATION, by Derik Shimoli

The storyline of this documentary puts into perspective a special education system trend for visually impaired scholars, in a developing Third World country. It is set in a typical school session where a student gives an account of challenges encountered in a limited environment and underlying the absence of basic infrastructure (Braille reading and writing…

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TERRAINS OF LIFE, by Levy Ouma Radoli

  Terrains of Life story is about a man who grew up in a poverty stricken family; he encountered some tragedies which changed his physical state completely and for that reason he had to work extra hard to make his dream come true. He is a teacher by profession but on top of that he…

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STREET MOTHERS LIVING ROUGH, by Faith Nafula Wafula

This documentary is in Kiswahili, click here to download the English translation. Street mothers; some view them as a menace to society, look at them with disgust.  Others view them with pity, shed a tear or two when no one is watching, shake their heads and drop the spare change they have into their tin…

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THE TEARS OF A WOMAN, by Tony Wacha Ogutu

Tony was HIV positive; he was very enthusiast and an advocate of the rights of women living with HIV. Towards the end of the training Tony caught what is called an opportunistic infection and passed away. We honour his memory. Even if he couldn’t finish his work, we think that through his interview you will…

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A RACE TO GREEN ENERGY, by Jonathan Mbugua Njoroge

  “A Race to Green Energy” is a radio documentary, about the use of alternative renewable energies for domestic use. The radio doc compares the effects of using traditional unsustainable energies (Firewood, Paraffin, & Charcoal) to the effect of using Green Energies (Solar, Wind, Biomass, & Biogas). The documentary seeks to influence a domestic change…

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THE FORGOTTEN PUPIL, by Valerie Awino Opiyo

  Going to school may seem like a daily activity to many pupils who aspire to make it in life, however access to basic and special education still remains a pipe dream for the visually impaired children who struggle to make it to school but once there the facilities are over stretched thus denying them…

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THE PATH I CHOSE, by John Wambua Mutuku

  This documentary is a success story that features a blind person who grew up in a small village in Kenya, and despite all odds later in life he became a scholar and human rights defender. We’ll get to know a bit of his story when he was growing up and the challenges he faced and…

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THE MYSERY DISEASE, by Collins Lwangu Shahonya

  Lalatorook or Lalabitiiro (bad teeth, in Masai dialect) is a disease which is giving Maasai’s of Kajiado East constituency sleepless nights. A rare condition in Kenya that has not only left the residents in a limbo, but has also astonished medical community in equal measure. It is a disease that is common among young…

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