Nigeria’s Disabled Athletes Face Surprising Challenges
“I think what you do for this country in spite of the circumstances is very commendable. We invest so much in the able-bodied sports men and women. I think we should invest equally in the paralympics,” Akin-Dare said.
SDG: Making a Case for People Living with Disabilities
Nigeria, with no fewer than 20 million people damaged one way or the other, has yet to fully include this minority in its public spending—how much less floating a special tax regime to raise fund for their welfare
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.