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Pamela Kajuju is a dedicated advocate for persons with disabilities, driven by a passion for learning and a commitment to service. Armed with a bachelor’s degree in Special Needs Education, with a specialization in Visual Impairments, she possesses a deep understanding of the challenges faced by individuals with disabilities. Additionally, she holds a certificate in Inclusive Learning and Teaching from the Kenya Institute of Education, further enhancing her expertise in inclusive education practices. Having served as a teacher at Thika School for the Blind, Pamela has firsthand experience providing specialized education and support to students with visual impairments. Her dedication to inclusive education extends beyond the classroom, as evidenced by her role as a UN online volunteer for one year and her current service as a CorpsAfrica Volunteer. Pamela’s aspirations extend beyond her current roles; she aims to become a consultant, disability advocate, and Inclusive Education specialist, leveraging her knowledge and experience to effect positive change on a broader scale. Through her active participation in various awareness campaigns fighting inequalities faced by people with disabilities, she seeks to amplify the voices of marginalized communities and promote inclusivity in all aspects of society. Driven to make a difference in her community, Pamela views her volunteer work as an opportunity for personal growth and skill development. She believes that by serving her community, she will continue to cultivate resilience and enhance her project management skills, further empowering her to make a lasting impact on disability rights and inclusive education. Pamela Kajuju’s unwavering dedication, expertise, and advocacy serve as a testament to her commitment to creating a more inclusive and equitable society for all individuals, regardless of ability.