In Abuja, Nigeria, Dyslexia Help Africa (DHA) is driving an educational initiative that focuses on comprehensive reading intervention and support for children with dyslexia. This program combines advocacy, educator training, and a specialized learning intervention platform. Through patient guidance and innovative teaching methods, this initiative is breaking down educational inclusion barriers for kids with learning disabilities by promoting evidence-based strategies and empowering dyslexic learners. They are creating a more inclusive environment for both neuro-diverse (kids whose brain processes, learns, and/or behaves
At 14 years old, Paul Ajayi is experiencing the world through two eyes for the first time since he was three, thanks to a remarkable free surgery. While one eye is still on its way to recovery, he gets perfect vision through the other, liberating him from the confines of the School for the Blind where he had been enrolled. Paul Ajayi is not alone in receiving life-altering treatment from the skilled surgeons at the Restore Foundation for Child Sight (RFCS).
In Nigeria’s commercial capital city of Lagos, nestled within lush greenery, lies a majestic edifice of orange and butter colours. The building, known as the Cerebral Palsy Centre, is a haven for fully dependent individuals living with cerebral palsy. Founded by Nonye Nwoke about thirteen years ago, the centre aims to provide specialised full-time care options for those living with cerebral palsy in Nigeria. Cerebral palsy, a physical disability caused by brain injury during pregnancy, birth, or shortly after