Welcome to Medgo Dear Foundation

To cure inability through therapy services, provision of assistive devices, education, vocational and life skills trainings


Disability | Education | Assessment | Rehabilitation.

Transforming disability into Specials Abilities

Medgo Dear Foundation

Medgo Dear Foundation

This is a Charitable Trust started and registered in Kenya in 2014 by Rt. Rev.Hon Dr Robert Mutemi, the Founder and Presiding Bishop of Global Vision Church to mobilize resources to provide services to persons with disabilities at one place, especially the children with severe physical disability cases. The Bishop believes it is possible to Transform disability into Specials Abilities.

The Foundation was formed to mobilize and manage resources for establishment of One-Stop Service Provision Centre’s for people with disabilities. The centres are referred to as “Medgo Dear Centre” where Medgo stands for Medical Gospel Outreach while DEAR is abbreviation for Disability, Education Assessment Rehabilitation.

The Core of our Services

Early Intervention, Birth to Age Six

Services are offered to children with special needs from birth to age six and are tailored to each of their individual needs. These services are offered at no cost and are provided year-round to cater to all the needs of the children in our care

Community Programs

We believe that communities are stronger when they include everyone, including the disabled. From child care options to inclusive community opportunities, we are invested in enabling children live a happy, satisfying life.

School-Age Support System

As children grow, their needs change. That can mean new questions or modifying goals in their IEP, among other things. At the Dear Foundation, we guide our children through these school-age years, and help prepare them for life as they transition.


The Dear Foundation in partnership with National Council for Persons With Disabilities, has free screening tools available to the children at the center. These screenings help determine if the children are meeting their developmental milestones.



Buildings: Physiotherapy hall, Accommodation block , Kithen/bakery block, and a pit latrine


Enrolled Children with each one having their very own assistive device such as wheelchairs.


Success Stories of children whose condition improved and were released.


Resident staff members including two qualified physiotherapists