Drops of refreshing dew: The Centre bridging the gap for special needs children in Abuja

It’s a bright sunny afternoon in Nigeria’s capital city of Abuja, and in a small bungalow in a highbrow Maitama estate, about 20 children between the ages of two and seven sit in three separate classrooms. Each classroom has three circular tables with several chairs arranged around them. On the light green walls are colourful posters […]

Thought Leadership

When a system fails, our children die…

A lot has been said and written about the HIV/AIDS epidemic since its emergence. No doubt, it is one of the most difficult infectious diseases to manage, and this is especially the case in our chameleon like hypocritical approach to issues relating to sexuality in Nigeria. Until we decide to take prevention seriously, which will […]