A social entrepreneur; Founder and Director, Kibera Community Youth Programme; Member on the International Advisory Council of Tallberg Foundation, Sweden; Advisor, UN Youth Section (NY) on the Disability Rights Fund Global Advisory Panel; Board member, Little Rock Inclusive Early Childhood Education Centre; Selected as one of ten International Bridge Builders by Harvard UniversityStudents and later nominated for YouthActionNet Global Fellow Awards 2009/2010.
He climbed the Kilimanjaro to raise funds for the cause.
That is ingenuity. That is the potential of a youth.
What are you doing with your ingenious self? How are you exploiting your potential?
Action Network for the Disabled (ANDY) is about Social Entrepreneurship. From sports development to entrepreneurship, mentorship, social development and job placement for persons with disabilities, ANDY is advancing the well being of Youth with Disabilities and it is amazing what an individual(s) with big hearts can do at such a young age.http://www.andy.or.ke/index.php?option=com_content&view=frontpage&Itemid=1
Meet Fredrick Ouko (a guest of the club yet to be inducted), the founder and Executive Director of ANDY as he tells us all about the milestones and achievements ANDY has made and how you can get involved in its work. I was taken aback with his simple short 5 minute presentation that summarized all that ANDY does! Its amazing.