The Commission has initiated a number of pilot projects aimed at informing future implementation of Universal Access (UA) projects on a nationwide scale. The UA projects in Kenya include:

The Commission supported the establishment of 16 School-based ICT centers, two in each of the eight provinces in the country. The primary objective of establishing these centres is to build ICT capacity...
Telecentres are community access points mainly adopted for rural and high cost areas to reduce the cost of individual ownership of equipment and service. The Authority has supported the establishment of...
In recognition of the ICT needs of people with special needs, the Authority initiated a project  aimed at providing ICT solutions to Persons with Disabilities. The programme in this initiative...
In the spirit of partnership with other public institutions and to encourage the development of relevant local content as a demand driver for ICT services, the Authority supported the Kenya Institute of...
Through partnership with the Provincial Medical Office of Nairobi (PMO),  under the Ministry of Health of Kenya, Telkom Kenya (TKL), Axesstel, Research Triangle Institute (RTI) of USA and QUALCOMM...
In order to make timely and informed interventions towards Universal Access the Authority undertakes studies and research on a continuous basis.  Among the studies undertaken and currently underway...
Consistent with its strategic objective of facilitating increased access to ICT services the Communications Authority of Kenya in partnership with the Kenya National Library Service (KNLS) in 2012...