Nigeria is the most densely inhabited country in Africa with a population growing rapidly. It is estimated that nearly half of people in the country live in poverty.
Nigeria also faces the growing challenges related to ethnic and religious divisions and insecurity hindering economic growth.
People with disabilities in Nigeria are often excluded from society, and struggle to access even the most basic services like healthcare and education. CBM’s work in Nigeria includes eye health, special education, prevention of deafness, community based rehabilitation and mental health.
 (World Bank)
 Disability statistic is based on WHO estimate of 15% of the world’s population live with some form of disability.