The Centre offers boarding facilities for learners with disability. This includes boys and girls from Kajiado and neighboring counties. The Maasai live far away from towns and schools; hence children walk for long distances to access the few available schools. Therefore, children with disabilities were left out since they cannot walk and cover the long distance which has poor terrain; as a result, majority never attended school. The Centre has made it possible for these children to attend Primary school through provision of quality boarding facilities, disability friendly and safe environment for the children. Children in primary school receive education at nearby schools with integrated units that is AIC Girls Primary Boarding School for girls and Olkejuado Primary Boys Boarding School for boys. The Centre is placed strategically in the middle of the two public government schools.
The Centre also runs an integrated preschool within its premises. The preschool integrates regular children and those with special needs. The idea behind the preschool was to enable transitioning of early education to children who were admitted at the Centre for various medical treatments, so that these children with disabilities are engaged actively during the day as they continue with rehabilitation and treatment. Our preschool is the only facility that runs an integrated unit for children with special needs in Kajiado County.
The Centre works together with the Ministry of Education through the Educational Assessment and Resource Centers whose main objective is to equalize education opportunities for children with special needs and facilitate their full integration into the school system and their community. The Centre supports the parents in ensuring that the children have been placed in the appropriate schools and support part of the school fees for learners with disabilities.
The Centre also has an education sponsorship program, in the program, the Centre pays for school fees and other educational needs of the children with disabilities. Currently, there 26 (14 boys, 12 girls) children with disabilities in the preschool, 49 (22 girls, 27 boys) in primary school, 7 (5 girls, 2 boys) in secondary school, 7 (3 girls, 4 boys) students in colleges, vocational training and 1 girl in university.