Isaac Aden. Photo by: John Bongei/AFSC.
Isaac Aden. AFSC partnered with Handicapped International to distribute mobility aids to persons living with disabilities in Dadaab refugee camp. Photo: John Bongei/AFSC
“I am happy I can move easily, but I need a stable source of livelihood in order to support my family” - Isaac Aden. Photo: John Bongei/AFSC
Isaac Aden. Isaac and his son Abdullahi benefited from the wheelchairs that AFSC distributed to the persons living with disabilities in Dadaab refugee camps. Photo: John Bongei/AFSC
Isaac Aden, AFSC program participant. Photo: John Bongei/AFSC
Isaac Aden lost his leg when he was shot in Somalia. Photo: John Bongei/AFSC

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Isaac Aden came to Kenya in August 2011. He is 49 years old and a father of six. Isaac and his son Abdullahi benefited from the wheelchairs that AFSC distributed to the persons living with disabilities in Dadaab refugee camps. Though Isaac now moves easily within the camps, he still feels that his life in the camp is not fulfilling. He had a shop in Kismayo and he hopes to obtain the capital to start a small business in Dadaab. “I am happy I can move easily, but I need a stable source of livelihood in order to support my family”

Isaac Aden came to Kenya in August 2011. He and his son Abdullahi benefited from the wheelchairs that AFSC distributed to the persons living with disabilities in Dadaab refugee camps. Photo by John Bongei/AFSC