In 2017, in collaboration with the Kenya Institute of Special Needs Education (KISE) Stadi Za Maisha Educational Trust successfully started an inclusive early years of the learning program in the Kangemi slum in Nairobi. The center was named after its founder Father Richard Quinn Early Childhood Learning Centre. The center takes into account the diversity and different needs of all learners inspite of their learning disabilities.

The program addresses the barriers faced by learners who are marginalized due to disability, gender, socio-economic background, religion or other ethnic factors. The learning center ensures each individual child learning needs are met, as well as adapting the need of children rather than expecting a child to conform to a predefined set of norms and standards.

The teachers are well trained and equipped with child-centered teaching methods, accessible learning materials and child friendly environment that provides children with special needs with their “normal” peers the opportunity to fully participate in their learning.