To aid in the prevention and rehabilitation of disabilities and to improve the health, education, and social status of people with disabilities.  To enable every individual to become an empowered member of society.

While living with a disability can be challenging under any circumstances, having a disability in a developing country can prove to be nearly insurmountable.   NHWC knows that the status of people with disabilities needs to change.  We’re here to make that happen.  The people who benefit from this project are relieved of an enormous burden when equipped with a single practical resource.  When these simple needs are met, the results are demonstrable and inspiring. 

The Nathan Hall Williams Center (NHWC) was created to emphasize the need for preventative and rehabilitative care for people with disabilities in developing countries.  Based in Nakuru, Kenya, the Center caters to those with disabilities through community outreach projects, educational services, and health care clinics.   

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The Nathan Hall Williams Center (NHWC) was founded by Haley Williams in 2009.  Haley has a special interest in working with people who have disabilities.  Her brother Nathan was a true inspiration and fighting for equality and embracing diversity are at the core of NHWC's vision.  Haley continues to work on the ground in Kenya along with our dedicated Kenyan staff.  NHWC operates primarily on volunteer work and encourages community members to take part in all of our projects.  

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