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The first ever Mr. and Miss Albinism to be held in Nairobi

11 October 2016, 20:46 Eugene Odang

Nairobi - Albinism is a condition that affects people from all walks of life characterized by the partial absence of pigment on the skin, eyes and hair.

People with the condition have for a long time been considered outcasts, and in even worse cases persecuted and murdered for their body parts.

In an effort to fight the stigma and to stem these primitive tendencies in some places, Nairobi is set to host the very first Mr. and Miss Albinism on the 21st of October at the Carnivore grounds.

According to the event’s organizers, “Mr. and Miss Albinism is a charity event that seeks to showcase the beauty and talent of persons with albinism.

Through this initiative, we aim at promoting self-awareness of PWAs in the society essentially to stop vices like discrimination and stigmatization.”

They go on to add “Raise funds for promoting education to PWAs ,this helps in opening a wider job market for them also in both social and political responsibilities.

The funds will also enable provision of sunscreen lotion which goes for Ksh 2,000/- per bottle. The sunscreen lotion helps in prevention of skin cancer.” Tickets for this event are going for 1000ksh (regular) and 3000ksh (VIP).

Read more about this event here: https://web.facebook.com/events/160087924424225/

- MyNews24

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