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Extreme Athleticism and Generosity

by Cynthia Bauer, Kupenda Founder and Executive Director

by Cynthia Bauer, Kupenda Founder and Executive Director On April 17th, Pat Blair is celebrating his 40th birthday by running 62 miles around Patapsco Valley Park (Maryland) and raising funds for Kupenda for the Children! Pat is the co-founder of Adventures for the Cure (AFC), an organization that has raised thousands of dollars for Kupenda…



Challenging Social Norms: Making Sexual and Reproductive Health Accessible to People with Disabilities

by Kupenda

Despite having the same sexual and reproductive health (SRH) needs as anyone else, people with disabilities often face stigma, discrimination, and barriers that prevent them from accessing SRH information and services. How can we work to meet the SRH needs of all people, including those with disabilities? To explore this issue, Sarah V. Harlan, Partnerships…



Results from Kupenda’s Life-Saving Covid-19 Emergency Response Interventions

by mmcmurray

By, Madeleine McMurray 2020 was a universally difficult year, and the world’s most vulnerable children – those impacted by disabilities – were also those who faced the greatest impact and potential for further harm. The UN’s Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, has urged global leaders and governments to “place people with disabilities at the center of COVID-19…



Your Gifts Helped Us Meet our Match and Support Over 9,000 Children!

by Cynthia Bauer, Kupenda Founder and Executive Director

“Kindness is a language which the blind can see and the deaf can hear.” ~ African Proverb Thanks to all of you we have gone beyond our $50,000 goal for the match from our generous donor! That means you raised more than $100,000 in the last few months! We are so grateful for each donation,…



Including Amani: A Young Man’s Journey to Independence

by Jessica Charles

When we first met Amani Patrick more than 10 years ago, he was struggling to communicate due to his limited sign language skills. Although his parents wished they could send him to school, their jobs as a painter and peasant farmer did not earn them enough income to cover his tuition fees. Amani Thrives at…



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