June 12, 2017

5 Quick Facts About Down Syndrome

Fact #1: Kids with Down syndrome do well in an inclusive learning environment. Fact #2: Down syndrome occurs in people of all races and economic levels. […]
June 2, 2017

Medical Camp For Persons With Down Syndrome Organized By Indian Ship Tarkash

One of the core areas of service at the Down syndrome foundation Nigeria is Medical Intervention for persons with Down syndrome in Nigeria. Yesterday, we had […]
May 12, 2017

GODWIN: A Young Adult With Down Syndrome Plays Lead Role In TV Series In Nigeria

One of my favorite quote is that of Alexander the Great which goes like this: “There is nothing impossible to him who try.” In a country […]
May 2, 2017

PHOTOS: DSFN at the Jazz Festival

We are at the just concluded International Jazz Festival which took place last weekend at Freedom Park, Lagos. It was another opportunity for us to advocate […]
April 3, 2017

INSPIRO Strikes An Amazing Partnership Deal With DSFN (Down Syndrome Foundation Nigeria)

I am so thrilled that this partnership/support for the DOWN SYNDROME FOUNDATION NIGERIA from INSPIRO organizers of the LAGOS JAZZ FESTIVAL is eventually coming to fruition. […]
April 1, 2017

PHOTOS: What You Missed At The Concert 3/21 For Down Syndrome

We had a concert on the 21st of March to celebrate the 12th World Down Syndrome Day in Lagos, Nigeria. The mission of the Down syndrome […]
April 1, 2017

Conversations: An Explosive and Awesome Experience In Ibadan!!!

Each year the voice of people with Down syndrome, and those who live and work with them, grows louder. March 21st, 2017, was the 12th world […]
February 14, 2017

DESTINED TO FLY

Growing up, I never had close friends who had disabilities, or to sound more politically correct – friends with “special needs”. I wouldn’t say I deliberately […]
January 31, 2017

The “Fantastic-Five” Graduate from the Down syndrome Resource Centre in Nigeria

In a country like Nigeria, It is a known fact that virtually every person with disability (specifically Down syndrome) in Nigeria is stigmatized, marginalized and excluded […]