The 3 Day Capacity Building Workshop was a success, having had OPDs turn out and there was an agreement for the need
A cross section of participants at the programme The Commissioner of Police, Mr. Edward Egbuka, DCP and ACPs at the programme In order
With deep concern on the widespread discrimination, stigmatization, dehumanization and brutal killings of persons with albinism across the World and the need for more public awareness on the needs and challenges of persons with albinism globally, especially in Africa, the United Nations Human
In order to reduce the spread and impact of COVID 19 on persons with disabilities globally, The Albino Foundation-DISABILITY INCLUSION NIGERIA PROJECT in alignment with
The National Conference on Albinism and International Albinism Awareness Day Celebration was held between 12th and 13th June, 2019 at Chelsea Hotel, to improve the awareness of and response to the challenges of Persons with albinism, and their families.
The Albino Foundation on July 11, 2019, had a one day sensitisation workshop for teachers within Enugu metropolis. The aim of the sensitization workshop is to improve the knowledge and skills of primary and secondary school teachers that provide special education and related services for children with albinism in regular classroom in order to improve enrollment, retention and transition.
The Foundation had a one day sensitization workshop for Judges/Magistrates, law enforcement agents and lawyers on the protection and enforcement of the rights of persons with albinism. The aim of the workshop is to improve access to justice system for persons with albinism in order to mitigate violent abuse of the fundamental human rights of persons with albinism in the state and Nigeria at large.