Who we Are
The Kenya Society for the Blind (KSB) was established in 1956 through an Act of Parliament Cap 251 of the laws of Kenya (Revised 2012). KSB is charged with the responsibility of serving all Kenyan citizens who are at a risk of going blind as well as people living with visual impairment (PWVI).
KSB has partnered with various private and government bodies to increase coverage and effectively spread its services. This includes mass drug administration, eye screening and treatment across the country.
We exist to promote an enabling environment for persons with visual impairments and those at risk of visual impairment through prevention, education, rehabilitation and habilitation initiatives by working with persons with visual impairments, partners and government agencies at all levels.
Eye Care Clinics
KSB provides preventive and curative eye care services through the integration of Primary Eye Care into the existing Primary Health Care system through regular eye clinics across the various counties in the country.
A society in which no one is needlessly blind and rights of the visually impaired are ensured.