Our accessibility resources encompass a variety of assets and references designed to promote inclusivity in digital spaces.
Platform Livelihoods for Kenyan Youth with Disabilities
As the e-commerce industry grows, it represents an important new venue for many Kenyans to earn a living. For this reason, it is important that e-commerce applications are accessible—that they support people buying and selling goods and services regardless of their disability. This study is based on the most commonly used online selling platforms in Kenya by sellers. The platforms: Jumia, Jiji, and PigiaMe
Click the links below to download reports:
- Qualitative report on platforms for Kenyan Youth with Disabilities [April 2023]
- Usability and digital accessibility report [April 2023]
- Reflections towards more inclusive platforms livelihood [April 2023]
Mobile Money User Experience for Persons with Disabilities in Africa
The accessibility of digital applications is one of the key areas of increasing independence for persons with disabilities. This is even more relevant when conducting financial transactions and using mobile devices to manage money or currency. Africa accounts for some 45 billion mobile transactions out of the 65 billion transactions on mobile devices annually.