Youth exploring money management skill. petty cash entry.

Collaboration with other organisation has indeed improved how we support and remain sustainable in our community  which has been affected due to the pandemic.



Moston Community information Market organised by Manchester City Council. Lovely evening with the residents of Moston,  we talked  about what we do best at EEC. Mary and Nicola of MCC

Agho and Grace on duty. 

Agho- Our Student from Bolton University interacting with Moston resident about our free service. He exhibited great  interpersonal skills. 

We have  non judgemental volunteers who are skilled in Listening!


Marie from we love Manchester on ground to inform  organisation about the funding available. nice to meet such a lovely lady  and  to share a table with.

Grace with  a Moston resident.  explaining our sessions at Blackley Fire station every Friday.

EEC student on Placement telling Moston resident about our Family forum in the neighbourhood. 

with Cancer care BAME staff. 

With Lovely Janet from the neighbourhood. 


with Brian from Buzz…

EEC at the Grass root Gathering of charities and statutory |Agencies. with the Manchester Metropolitan Police.  Discussion; Hate Crime.

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We prepare children for the future and it starts now. Fund raising event in Manchester.

Africa- Our Pride

Discussion about the rights of disabled  children..

At One nation event in Manchester.

EEC at One Nation  event.
we visited our  (partner) school in Lagos and as usual offered several items and mobility aid.
Team Briefing. a long road to create A CHANGE

Demonstrating safety awareness during meal time. cutting up food for easy swallowing.

Assistive technology at IASS


In the community, Afro Hair challenge.

Pampers and Massage session.

Ambassador Bose. (School lead) assessing children writing abilities. in order to create individual learning plan (ILP)
Happy children becomes Happy and purposeful adults.
2019 at an inclusive event in Lagos Nigeria.
Joy at IASS was given a new wheelchair.
we welcome our new Teacher Mr Kehinde. a (CP warrior) a sign language teacher and a mentor to our children at Igbehin Adun.
Ibrahim was the first on the tricycle donated by a  FE Specialist college Manchester.
Tutorial on how to adjust the belt and backrest bar to suit individuals needs.
EEC Nigeria Ambassadors sorting  free educational resources to give out to children at an event in Lagos Nigeria.
Kudos to Our Ambassadors, we wouldn’t have been able to reach as many children and families as we did without you. Thank you.
The gifts section at an event in Lagos Nigeria. Ambassadors received the children with smiles and lovely gestures.   They are trained and approachable; well done.

Youth from University of Salford are given opportunity to 

volunteer with us. this increase employability chances.


Our Ambassadors are  always timely with a “go-get” attitude.

EEC ambassadors at an event in Lagos Nigeria

Free  resources available to those who visited our stand                    at an event  in Lagos Nigeria.

EEC trustees
EEC Trustees
in need of nutrient-rich food and adaptable equipment to eat

Images of all our work

EEC Directors at the office of the direction General of Lagos state office for disable affair- LASODA
EEC with Mrs RONKE Soyombo, the Director-General, Office of the Quality Assurance Lagos. Meeting for A Change.
Chatter Fingers- EEC offers a Free Makaton signs language sessions for children/young people living with disabilities and their families/carers
3rd Of December EEC visited our partner school and donated food stuff and toiletries, we marked the international day of disable persons 2019 in grans style.
2020 Project- To refurbish the children’s play area.
UK team at the Alexandra park winter fair 2019
EEC supporting special schools at an event in Lagos
Seyi, Mary and Ibrahim.
Family Forum. Discussion was Domestic Violence where children with disability resides.
Sherita and Mary- women with a common passion.
With Dimobi-women with a common Passion
Nigeria Team on the street- educating the community about disability and the importance of inclusion.
The more we support disability and SEN the more our voices will be heard. its their right, they shouldn’t have to fight for it. Thanks Ambassador Rachael
in need of nutrient-rich food and adaptable equipment to eat
we are looking forward to Amb. Rachael poem at the 2020 international women day in Manchester.
Ambassador Lyndsey . she is our Recreation Coordinator at out family forum every Friday at Blackley Fire station. Manchester.
Another radical Disability activist. Ambassador Ope is in charge of Well being.
Chatter Fingers. Alphabet Makaton sigh with the guests at EEC launching in July 2018
Professor Ella Houston of Disability department. Liverpool Hope University.
participating in the Chatter fingers session.
Professor Francis. Physiotherapy department- Manchester Metropolitan University Manchester.
Helen and Donna- Both Educationist
Myths of disability in Africa-Professor Francis
Mrs Mary Ohene delivering a session on online training opportunity.
EEC chairman- Mr Isaiah Oladejo. delivery sponsorship opportunity