The International Youth Day is a day set aside by United Nation General Assembly to commemorate the contributions of young people in local, national, and international development. The Centre for Citizens with Disabilities (CCD) heartily congratulate and salute Nigerian Youths with Disabilities on this year’s International Youth Day. This year’s...

Centre for Citizens with Disabilities (CCD) received with joy the news of distribution of palliatives to Persons with Disabilities in all the 17 Local Government Areas of Enugu State by the State Government. This singular act by the State Government, Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi has demonstrated that he is a listening...

The Federal Government of Nigeria has appointed Mr. David O. Anyaele (Executive Director), Centre for Citizens with Disabilities (CCD) and Convener, Coalition of Disability Organizations (CODO) as a member “Nigeria Agenda 2050” Technical Working Group (TWG) The Technical Working Group mandate is to develop a long-term Development Plan tagged ‘Nigeria...

The Centre for Citizens with Disabilities(CCD) has called for the expansion of the Covid-19 palliatives in Lagos, Akwa Ibom, Enugu, Kano, and Kaduna State to include more person’s living with Disabilities(PWDs). The Centre made the call today in a press briefing organized online tagged ” A Rapid Assessment of the...

The Centre for Citizens with Disability (CCD) says it will conduct a survey to track the distribution of palliatives amongst its members in Akwa-Ibom, Enugu, Kaduna, Kano and Lagos States. The Director of the Centre, Mr David Anyaele, said this on Tuesday at a virtual training conducted for its members...

The Centre for Citizens with Disabilities (CCD),on Friday held a virtual meeting with heads of clusters of different associations of people living with disabilities and urged government at state and federal levels to apply disability sensitive approach in community mobilization and sensitization on Covid-19. The meeting was for both Kano...

The Centre for Citizens With Disabilities (CCD) has expressed dismay that over 600,000 persons with Disabilities in Abia State, particularly persons with hearing impairment cannot benefit from a Radio Class Programme currently ongoing on Broadcasting Corporation of Abia (BCA) station. Executive Director of CCD, David Anyaele in a statement, said...

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