Championing Dyslexia Awareness & Advocacy Across Africa
Rosalin Abigail Kyere-Nartey
Founder & Executive Director
WHO WE ARE
The Africa Dyslexia Organization is an organisation dedicated to championing awareness about dyslexia and advocating for the rights of persons with dyslexia in Africa.
We exist to empower families and individuals with current and factual information about Dyslexia, resources to manage the condition, and support to curb the stigma attached to the condition.
Our ultimate goal is to champion awareness and advocacy on dyslexia so that the majority of Africa’s population of Education Policy Makers, teachers, School Owners, Heads of Corporate Intuitions and Parents are informed and know about dyslexia in order to provide available support needed to give assistance to dyslexic people.
We also advocate for adults with dyslexia in workplaces to get the best support they need to thrive in their workplaces
Africa Dyslexia Organisation focuses its work on the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal 4 which is to “ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all” as well as Goal 10; “reducing inequalities and ensuring no one is left behind”
To build a world-class organisation dedicated to helping dyslexic people and those with specific learning differences across the continent of Africa.
To empower dyslexics and people with reading and writing differences to become productive citizens whilst avoiding their marginalization in the formal education sector and labour market.
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