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Persons with disability in Niger State lament shortchange in SPW Scheme

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Please shareTweetPersons Living with Disability PLWD, in Niger State, have decried the poor treatment of its members in the ongoing Special Public Workers, SPW Scheme of the Federal Government in the state. The chairman of the Joint National Association of Persons with Disability in Niger State, Isah Abdullahi who led a protest to the Secretariat

International youth day: Anambra disability community laments societal neglect

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Please shareTweetThe Joint National Association of Persons with Disabilities (JONAPWD), Anambra State chapter, Wednesday, reiterated her calls for total inclusion of needs of their members in governance  The state chairman of JONAPWD, Comrade Ugochukwu Okeke, who made the call in his international youths day message, said that whatever affect young people affect them in a

Persons with disabilities demand inclusion in Osun

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Persons with disabilities (PWDs) in Osun State yesterday demanded inclusion in the socio-economic and political life of the state.

Disability Bill: Persons with Disabilities seek media partnership in Edo

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Please shareTweetPersons with Disabilities (PWDs) in Edo, on Monday solicited partnership with the media to fast track passage of the Disability Right Bill in the state. They made the call on Monday at a capacity building for journalists on the Edo Disability Bill via a visual meeting platform. The capacity building was organised by the

31M PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES LACK INCLUSION, WELFARE DESPITE 2018 ACT — OBIORA

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Please shareTweet1ShareIn this interview, the publisher of first Disability Advocacy Magazine in Nigeria, and member of Joint National Association of Persons With Disabilities, JONAPWD, Federal Capital Territory, FCT, member National Association of Persons With Physical Disabilities, NAPWPD, and a member of Coalition of Disability Organizations (CODO), Agbo Christian Obiora, lamented poor attention given to 31

Students with special needs left out of lockdown plans

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Students with disabilities are said to be receiving inadequate learning support during the COVID-19 lockdown due to lack of inclusive learning environment.