Kenyan Advocacy Group Works to Counter Stigma and Superstitions About Albinos

Africa

In East Africa, people with the genetic disorder albinism face difficult lives marked by bullying at school, discrimination in jobs, and being hunted because of superstitious beliefs. An advocacy group in Kenya is trying to counter misconceptions about albinos, and give them a more secure place in society. Rael Ombuor has more from Nairobi.

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