Who we are:

We are a National not-for-profit Civil Society Organization (CSO) established to bring together and assist people with albinism (PWA) to live dignified lives

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Albinism Society of Kenya exists primarily to serve its members spread across the forty-seven (47) counties of the Republic of Kenya. We seek to reach out to as many Person with Albinism as possible, with a view of improving their lives and through conferring direct benefits to our members. Any Persons With Albinism born in Kenya is qualified to be a beneficiary of our programs as explained below. 

Niko Na Haki

This is an advocacy and awareness creation program where ASK engages in various activities that advocate for Person with Albinism’ rights and welfare.

Linda Afya

This is a key program since one cannot separate health concerns and Persons with Albinism.


This program comprises of Jisimamie (Economic Empowerment) and Naweza Kazi (Job Placement).

Imarisha Masomo

An educational support program aimed at assisting children, learners and trainees with Albinism to access education.

Huduma Bora

An institutional strengthening program aimed at providing better services to Person with Albinism, at an enhanced organizational capacity

The Albinism Festival 

ASK plans to host and establish the first-ever festival on Albinism in Africa as a flagship program. 

The Albinism Africa Center

ASK plans to set up an Albinism Africa Center as a one-stop center for various services of benefit to PWAs.

Government Oversight Mechanism 

ASK plays a significant role in establishing norms and practices for the benefit of PWAs in Kenya and beyond.

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Facilitating access to accurate and authoritative information about albinism and to provide a place where people with albinism and their families, in Kenya, can find acceptance, support and fellowship.

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Latest News


24 Aug

A Mother of A Child with Albinism Share Her Experience

Parents or guardians of children with disabilities are the […]

6 Mar

Mpesa Academy Gives Hope to Students With Albinism

Albinism Society of Kenya was privileged to visit the […]

2 Mar

Hon. Dr. Mwaura M. Isaac Wins the Malaika Activist of the Year 2016 Award

By Mercy NdiranguIt started as a misfortune back in […]