In Maasai culture disabled children are considered to be a curse resulting from their parents sins. They are commonly hidden and isolated. The Kajiado Child Care Centre provides a full range of services to meet their needs: housing and food, teachers, physical therapists, wheel chairs, and orthopedic workshops that design and build specialized equipment. Several hundred children have grown up in the home and over 70 have gone on to graduate college. Since most come from very poor families, all services are given for free.