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Training and Equipping

Helping Others to Serve Children with Disabilities 

"I'm not sure how to help them..."

"Someone who is specialized should help..."

"We're not trained in that area..."

 Are you a practitioner or organization working with vulnerable children?

Do you need help in knowing how to include children with disabilities into your programs, or need some help to do it better? 

We want to help you to be able to care for and provide services to children with disabilities, wherever you work .

We provide . . .

 Training videos 

 Downloadable resources 

 Online classes 

 Consultation engagements 

WE ARE Here to Help

We know that working with children with disabilities is something that many people are not trained in. There are a lot of questions and unknowns. 
Children with disabilities are one of the most vulnerable populations and they can easily get left out of programs if we are not sure how to include them or provide for them with what they need. 
If you have a desire to help children with disabilities, we want to help you.

Resource Library

Resources for social workers, caretakers, pastors, counselors, and others in the OVC world

Survey

Complete this survey to help us know what resources you need the most

Consultation

Coming Soon

Is your organization interested in a more in-depth consultation engagement to help with program review/design or multiple trainings?  Let us know that you are interested and be the first to know when services begin.

 Services 

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Amy,

eSwatini (Swaziland)

"Over and over again I have heard even those who work with orphans and other vulnerable children say, 'we are just not equipped to deal with kids with disabilities.' I am so excited that Ekisa is going to help us get rid of excuses like that! Their model is working and we are anxious to learn from them so that we can see similar results here in Eswatini.

Kirsten,

The Amazima School

In the communities we serve, many children do not have access to education because of their disabilities. Ekisa Ministries is giving us valuable support in training and preparing our staff as we seek to begin a special education program as part of our new primary school. We are excited to see the ways in which this collaboration will impact the children and families in our community.

 Brandon Stiver,

1MILLIONHOME 

"When we look at countries throughout the world, we regularly see that children living with disability are the most underserved and under-resourced population of vulnerable children. What Ekisa is doing through their programs in Uganda is one of a kind and we are grateful for their leadership within the 1MILLIONHOME community when it comes to advising other organizations about meaningful interventions and support for these precious children."

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