For the second time, in its Heroes of COVID-19 series looked to Nigeria to celebrate individuals and organizations who are performing their duties or contributing their effort to preserve humanity while the world fights against the novel coronavirus. After careful consideration, we are shining some light on Mrs. Funmi Gbadamosi.

And for this month of October in 2020, our hero of COVID-19 is Mrs. Gbadamosi, a Nigerian Disability Advocate.

WACWDI was created over a decade ago in 2010 as a response to the need to protect women and children with disabilities from any form of abuse, empowers them, promotes and respects the standard set out by the 1989 convention on the rights of the child. Mrs. Funmi envisions a world where women and children with disabilities will attain full potential and contribute to societal growth.

The post Heroes of COVID-19: How two vital persons led to the birth of Fumni Gbadamosi’s WACWDI in Nigeria appeared first on TheAfricanDream.

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