INEC Commits to Making Nigerian Elections Inclusive

Access Nigeria can tie much of the progress made in the 2019 elections to a gathering of nearly 100 persons with disabilities held late last year. At the gathering, all attendees agreed that INEC would provide: • Braille ballot guides for blind voters • Written instructions for deaf voters • ....

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Restoring the Dignity of Women and Girls with Disabilities in Plateau State of Nigeria

➔ Implemented by the Inclusive Friends Association (IFA), Plateau State, Nigeria Background Inclusive Friends Association (IFA) is an organization led by women with disabilities operating ...

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World Water Day

World Water Day

Children under the age of 15 living in countries affected by protracted conflict are, on average, almost three times more likely to die from Diarrheal ...

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Persons with Disabilities Enjoy Innovations at Polls

Many eligible voters with disabilities expressed surprise over innovations introduced at polling units during the recent presidential elections. “I couldn’t believe that a poor man ...

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Inclusive Friends is a non- profit organization for and by persons with disabilities that work to bring disability issues at the heart of development efforts in the county through advocacy, training and action. Located in Abuja, Nigeria. The organization is passionate about removing barriers that limit the full participation of ... See More About Us

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Music for Toilet

Music for Toilet is a unique blend of advocacy and music as a tool for social change. The concert will raise funds to provide 36 blocks of flush toilets and 12 Solar Powered boreholes for efficient use of the toilets, and safe drinking water in 12 Schools across Nigeria’s 6 geo-political zones. Donate to eduate a child with disability.

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