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OIFN Founder Receives Recognition Award At PR/CSR Forum

Stakeholders in both the public and private sector in Nigeria on Thursday, converged at the prestigious Oriental Hotel, at Lekki, Victoria Island, Lagos State, Nigeria for the 2024 Public Relations Forum/Exhibition and Awards organized by AS + A Communications. A forum put in place for knowledge exchange and policy development intended for pioneers of CSR […]

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“I feel encourage to do more of these in the future as this serve as an avenue for me to improve in experience in my professional competence”

Mustapha Ahmad: PHYSIOTHERAPIST Being a part of the therapists at the recently concluded OIFN wheelchair distribution in Lagos is one of the best program I’ve engage in this year. Its a great thing to communicate, interact, assess and distribute walking aids to people with special needs. The activities were fun, motivating and I also learnt

“I feel encourage to do more of these in the future as this serve as an avenue for me to improve in experience in my professional competence” Read More »

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“I am eager to continue this journey of compassion and faith, knowing that each opportunity to serve brings light and hope to those in need”.

My name is Adetola Oluwadarasimi and this is my experience with OIF My time as an occupational therapist with the Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation was both fulfilling and deeply meaningful. At the heart of our mission was the provision of free mobility devices to individuals living with physical disabilities, alongside the distribution of Bibles to continue

“I am eager to continue this journey of compassion and faith, knowing that each opportunity to serve brings light and hope to those in need”. Read More »

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My Lagos and Agbor experience for the Osteogenesis Imperfecta Wheelchair, Crutches and Walking Sticks Distribution outreach

My name is Faith Abu and I am an Occupational Therapist, as an Occupational Therapist my job requires me to help individuals participate in life activities (occupations) and provide recommendations for: Activities of daily living (such as bathing, dressing, and eating) Adaptive equipment (such as chairs, or equipment to make daily tasks easier)for functional independence

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