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20 May 2019
The Initiative for National Growth Africa (INGA) in conjunction with Let Cerebal Palsy Kids Learn Foundation at the weekend held a creative arts session for the children living with special needs and an empowerment programme for their mothers. According to the organizer, Ms. Racheal Inegbedion, the project was to provide talent development for children living…
4 Jan 2019
The Initiative for National Growth Africa (INGA) in partnership with Autism Awareness Place has called for a stop to stigmatisation of people suffering from mental disorder through inclusiveness and equal opportunities. This was the submission at the Autism Awareness & Inclusion Conference with the theme ‘Inclusion is the New Therapy,’ which took place at La…

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