Nigeria is an oil rich nation, home to Africa’s largest population of over 182 million people. However, high levels of poverty and joblessness persist. Development challenges include reducing the great inequality in access to quality health and education services, and promoting social inclusion.
People with disabilities in Nigeria are often excluded from society, and struggle to access even the most basic services like healthcare and education.
CBM has been working with partners in Nigeria since 1968, preventing blindness, improving health and helping people with disabilities go to school, earn a living, access health care/rehabilitation and secure respect in their communities.
 15% of population - WHO estimate that 15% of the world’s population live with some form of disability.