Infanticide in Kenya: ‘I was told to kill my disabled baby’
Her own grandmother went as far as suggesting how she could kill her baby. “She told me to insert needles into Samwell’s veins – that they would kill him slowly and no-one would know what had happened,” she said.
Country Profile: Intellectual and Developmental Disability in Nigeria
The purpose of this paper is to provide a contextual and general overview of intellectual and developmental disability (IDD) in Nigeria. The paper uses a chronological approach, providing an assessment of the understanding and treatment of people with IDD from the pre-colonial era to the present.