The First Outreach of the Autism Help Foundation: A Date with Pupils of the Yumba Special School


Autism Activism in Ghana

Mum C writes

It started as a fantasy, to help create awareness of people with neuro disorders across the lengths and breath of Ghana, starting from the northern region. Now it is a reality, one that has gotten the attention of many including the Northern Regional Minister, Directors of Education, Lecturers and the general public. It took place at the Yumba Special School on October 8, 2015 with the abled Tamale team: Mr. Charles Atia; Co-founder, Mrs. Afia Larbi; Member of the Executive board, Zubaida Isma-eel; Northern Regional PRO for the project and Programmes Coordinator, Miss Adeline Zin-yen Nyabu; Workshop Coordinator, Abdul Swalihu Zaapayim; Member of the Organizing Team, Member of the Organizing Team.

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Some students of University for Development Studies represented with their lecturer who has an interest in inclusive education
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Inspecting the new bungalows being put up for the teachers thanks to…

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4 thoughts on “The First Outreach of the Autism Help Foundation: A Date with Pupils of the Yumba Special School

    1. Yes this is very progressive. People with Autism in Ghana and their care takers don’t have access to all the goods, services, programs and finances that we here in America have. I applaud and honor my fellow Autism Advocates in Ghana for pushing forward in the face of obstacles.

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