We are a youth-led non-profit organization focused on reaching and empowering the most vulnerable in the society including persons with disabilities, women and girls in rural communities, internally displaced persons and children on the streets.
To advocate for inclusive policies and structures that protect and support the marginalized especially in developing communities to ensure that no one is left behind through transformative participation.
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meet the directors
Blessing Mary Ocheido
Blessing Mary Ocheido is a young pharmacist and writer with a riveting passion for changing lives. She is a vibrant advocate for people with disabilities and underserved women and children in developing societies.
Musa, Ayuba Abbah
(Director of Almajiri affairs)
Musa, Ayuba Abbah is a pharmacist, Entrepreneur and Humanitarian, a graduate of great Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, one of the premier universities in Nigeria. A passionate pharmacist to the core, who is driven by passion.
(Director of IDP)
Muhammad Idris is a young man with interest in humanitarian aid delivery and conflict resolution in conflict affected areas; a Passion which was inspired by his experience as a victim of conflicts and a One-time internally displaced Person.
Dr Bisola Awotunde
(Director of Medicals)
Dr Bisola Awotunde has over 3 years’ experience in medical practice with special interests in health policy and health care financing. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Medicine and Surgery with a Master’s degree in Public Health in view. She is also a Mandela- Washington west Africa regional leadership fellow.
According to the National Human Rights commission, there are over one million internally displaced persons in Nigeria due to Boko Haram insurgency and communal clashes. This figure includes women and little children. UNICEF also revealed that Nigeria is responsible for the highest number of out of school kids in the world which totals 10.5 million children.
Platinum Interventions Care Initiative is here to make a difference in the lives of these ones by putting in place sustainable change that will last a long time. This includes providing free and quality healthcare, education, shelter and vocational skills.
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“Being unwanted, unloved, uncared for, forgotten by everybody, I think that is a much greater hunger, a much greater poverty than the person who has nothing to eat.”