● Associação Ze Manuel Pinto (AZEMAP), legally constituted on August 25th, 2016, by order number 14. Is a civil society organization, of a charismatic and philanthropic nature, created under articles one and 4 of law 8/91 of July 18th. Its mission is to advocate for the vulnerable, with emphasis on the person with albinism. Its vision is from charity, with charity for charity, on behalf of the neediest and its values are a charity, respect for diversity, integrity, dignity, and professionalism. ● Standing Voice is an international non-governmental organization based in Tanzania, Malawi, and the UK. Founded in 2013, it promotes and protects the rights of people with albinism and their families across Africa. The organization works as a catalyst to amplify marginalized voices, enabling individuals to shape their own lives and futures ● The Albino Foundation (TAF) is an independent non-governmental/not-forprofit organization incorporated with the Corporate Affairs Commission of Nigeria. Founded in 2006, TAF is principally an organization established for persons with albinism, other disabilities, and vulnerable groups. TAF is a special focus organization that advocates for the recognition and respect of the rights and socio-economic inclusion of persons with disabilities in Nigeria. Headquartered in Abuja – Nigeria, The Foundation bears a national spread with chapters across all 36 states of Nigeria and the FCT – Abuja. ● Source of the Nile Union of Persons with Albinism (SNUPA) is a non-profit organization based in Jinja Uganda. It was formed by Persons living and those affected by albinism to advocate for access to quality services for this group. ● Albinism Foundation of Zambia was established in 2008 as a non-governmental organization that works to promote the welfare of persons with albinism in Zambia. It is the first albinism organization in Zambia. The vision of the foundation is to see persons with Albinism in Zambia enjoying and exercising their rights and fundamental freedoms on an equal basis with the rest of society without any form of discrimination based on their condition. ● Organization for integration and promotion of people with albinism (OIPPA) was established as a civil society organization in July 2013 after more discussion with its members on challenges faced by people with albinism in their daily life. There was a lack of social protection, very low education levels, discrimination in the community, stigma which result in poverty among 2 | Page

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