Over 25 million Nigerians live with some form of disability. While some are born with disabilities, some acquire disabilities later in their lives. And the prevalence is on the rise, due to the increase in chronic health conditions, natural disasters, accidents, terrorism, and wars. An average person with a disability...

Communique Issued at the end of the Interactive Forum with Media Executives on the 1st Anniversary of National Disability Act held at Chelsea Hotel, Central Business District Abuja on Monday, January 13, 2020. As part of the activities to mark the first Anniversary of the passage of the Discrimination against...

January 17, 2020 is the first anniversary of the passage of the Discrimination against Persons with Disabilities (Prohibition) Act 2018, also known as the National Disability Act. The Act was passed by the 8th session of the National Assembly and assented to by President Mohammadu Buhari on the 17th of...

As eligible voters in Bayelsa and Kogi States gear up towards the states Governorship elections scheduled to hold on Saturday, November 16, 2019, the Centre for Citizens with Disabilities (CCD) is calling on residence of these States to support Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) participation and ensure Equal Voting Access for...

A Non-governmental organisation, the Centre for Citizens with Disabilities, CCD has advised Persons Living With Disabilities, PLWDs in Kogi and Bayelsa States to ensure that their security is guaranteed before going out to cast their votes on November 16th. The Executive Director of the Centre David Anyaele who gave the...

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