International Project In Africa

International Project In Africa

Equal Education Chances is registered in Nigeria with Corporate Affairs Commission, CAC NO- 133278

We are grateful to God in 2020 we were able to feed 600 children with disabilities, youth and families living in destitute. Thanks to all our generous sponsors and committed volunteers for making this possible…. 2021 lets double this number.

2020 International Day for people with Disability.
EEC will be organising an Oral and personal care awareness in Disability on the 3rd of December to mark the special day.
Personal care kits will be distributed to 400 children in 3 different special schools in Lagos Nigeria. a big thanks you to everyone who sponsored this project and we want to appreciate Big Sam logistics ( second from left) who shipped all the items to Lagos free of charge.

Agbho a student from Bolton University on placement with EEC attending to resident in the community.

Across the world, people with disabilities have poorer health outcomes, lower education achievements, less economic participation and higher rates of poverty than people without disabilities. This is partly because people with disabilities experience barriers in accessing services that many of us have long taken for granted, including health, education, employment, and transport as well as information. These difficulties are exacerbated in less advantaged communities.
what difference can we make?

Based on the World Report on Disability approximately 25 million Nigerians have a disability, with 3.5 million of these having very significant difficulties in social and physical functioning. These disabilities include physical and intellectual developmental conditions.

An average person with a disability in Nigeria do not have access to proper mobility equipment.

Equal Education Chances supports schools where disabled children from low- income households and disadvantaged areas in Lagos Nigeria were meant to be receiving their Education.

We identified the children in need and give sponsorships to some children who have been abandoned by their families the government and society due to their disabilities.

EEC offers the following items and services-

Regular Monitoring



Health &Well-being,

Educational resources

Mobility aids


Lagos, Nigeria Field work

Community Outreach-To celebrates the International Day of persons with disabilities and to ensure that the children are able to participate in their local communities, yearly; we organise an outreach programme where our volunteers visit the community elders, religious setting, schools, bus stations and market places to enlighten the public about disabilities and the wrong myths they have believed for so long.

EEC Volunteers are trained and confident and also knowledgeable to challenge and form of discrimination against children and young people living with a disability. briefing at one of the school.
At EEC we promote “Equal opportunities to every child regardless of their gender and ability” inset- Feyishola enjoying her turn on the tricycle we donated.
Assessing and Monitoring children in need of Dysphagia care

EEC donated Matrasses to children/young people at Igbehin Adun Special School Lagos
Customised Bedspreads
Children are delighted to be presented with new items
Joy has been sitting in an old and broken wheelchair until we intervened.
Joy and EEC trustees in Lagos
PE session
Mr Kehinde is a Teacher at IASS. he was presented with a adapted Desk
EEC Outreach Programme
Joy delighted to have a new wheelchair which will support her sitting posture.
Official visit to Lagos state office of disability affairs – (LASODA)
EEC Executives visiting the Director General of LASODA
Mr Adegboyega Adeoye.
we are providing leg rest for the individual for good posture and comfort.
Thanks to all our generous Donors of these new wheelchairs. The beneficiaries have not had access to a proper wheelchair for ages. this is going to make a great difference in their lives.
Donated by EEC Matrons to provide comfort, safety and dignity for children and young people while toileting and bathing. Thank you.