FFF’s MESSAGE ON INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
Every 3rd of December, the world commemorates the International Day of People with Disabilities (IDPWD). The purpose of this day is to promote an understanding of disability issues and stimulate support for the dignity, rights, and wellbeing of persons with disabilities.
We ensure that all the Foundation’s programs and activities are delivered with all sense of compassion, affection, empathy, understanding
To improve the standard of living for all persons with SBH and other forms of disabilities by strengthening….
We advocate for a society that allows persons affected by spina bifida and hydrocephalus to develop their potential without any hindrance.
They need our support
People with Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus and caregivers are not immune to anxiety and depression.
Put yourself in their shoes. They are faced with stigma from the society.
Worldwide, August 12 is recognized and celebrated annually as an International Youth Day. In Nigeria, the average Nigerian youth can be attributed to several characteristics but what strikes mind is the ‘uncertainty’ in life.
Meeting with Kate (CEO Shine UK) and Brenda (Specialist Continence Nurse) in Cardiff (20-04-2022) on the new grant (£14,526) from Wales Africa Hub for Shine & FFF to scale up continence management project in Nigeria
In its continuous effort to support Lagos State government for full implementation of Inclusive Education policy of the state, Festus Fajemilo Foundation trained Organizations of Persons with Disabilities and members of School Based Management Committee (SBMC) on the 9th of December 2021
Readdress Inclusion Rights & Empowerment (RIRE) Project: In 2021, FFF implemented a core mental health project tagged “Readdress Inclusion Rights & Empowerment (RIRE) project under the Inclusive Build-Back Better micro grants of Pan African Network of Persons with Psychosocial Disabilities (PANPPD) with support of Open Society Foundations (OSF) and International Disability Alliance (IDA). The interest of FFF in Psychosocial disability …
FFF Launches ‘RIRE’ to Demand Inclusion for Persons with Psychosocial Disability.