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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is albinism

Albinism is a genetic condition characterized by a lack of pigment in the hair, skin, and eyes. It affects individuals of all ethnic backgrounds and can result in vision problems and sensitivity to sunlight.

Can individuals with albinism lead normal lives

Absolutely! With the right support, individuals with albinism can lead fulfilling and successful lives.

How can I support individuals with albinism

Supporting individuals with albinism starts with promoting awareness and understanding. Educate yourself and others about the condition, challenge misconceptions, and treat individuals with albinism with respect and inclusivity.

Are there different types of albinism

Yes, there are different types of albinism, including Oculocutaneous Albinism (OCA) and X-linked Albinism.

Our Latest News

Albinism Awareness Campaign Launched in Rwanda

We are thrilled to announce the launch of a groundbreaking albinism awareness campaign in Rwanda.

Media Engagement

The campaign will collaborate with local media outlets to raise awareness through television and radio interviews,

Community Support Initiatives

it will help to foster support networks and create safe spaces for individuals with albinism.