TAF Africa and Glory City Campus Fellowship partner to empower students with disabilities

TAF Africa, a prominent disability inclusion-focused organization, has partnered with Glory City Campus Fellowship, a religious organization, to foster inclusivity and educational opportunities for students with disabilities.

The partnership will provide financial support by covering one-term school fees for deserving students with disabilities.

The collaboration aims to create a more inclusive and supportive educational environment that allows these students to thrive academically and personally.

The success of this initiative will depend on the collective efforts of the disability community, stakeholders, and government bodies.

TAF Africa and Glory City Campus Fellowship urge other stakeholders, including businesses and community organizations, to rally behind this cause.

The government is also called upon to step up and provide more comprehensive support for students with disabilities.

TAF Africa and Glory City Campus Fellowship are proud to be at the forefront of this transformative movement and invite all individuals, organizations, and institutions to join them in this mission.

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