OHCI, WHERE HELPING HAND AND ACTION SPEAKS

Outlook humanitarian Care Initiative is an indigenous civil society organization with its headquarters in Aba, Abia State, Nigeria. Our humanitarian assistance based on passion, care and love built on scriptural principles and teaching for the humanity, to support women on human rights, ensure gender equality and create condition to sustain the health and quality of the life of women and drug addicts. OHCI comprises economist, public health workers and lecturers in institutions of higher learning, all of whom are professionals in gender relations and drug abuse. In collaboration with the civil society organization and media houses, it is essential that our utmost goal will be achieved shortly.

HARM REDUCTION AND BUILDING CAPACITY

OHCI operates on the basis of the principles of harm reduction and increase capacity of local partners in Africa through direct support for implementation of services, OHCI promotes an approach to drug users based on respect for human rights. All human beings have a right to access a good health care, legal assistance.

NGO in NIGERIA

WHAT WE DO

Harm Reduction and Programming

In every culture all around the world, drugs are used for various reasons ... 

Network Buildng and Advocacy

OHCI collaborate with other networking NGO in the world in dissemination ... 

Outreach and Project

OHCI organized program in fields, in different locations of Nigeria especially ... 

Treatment Programs

OHCI recommend that there is no magic when it comes to treating drugs abuse.... 

ULGY CIRCUMSTANCE OF DRUG USERS

In many countries, drug users are persecuted, the police arrest them because of their use of drugs and sometimes lock them up for years and people are forced to undergo rehabilitation under ugly circumstance which is not effective. Drug users are often abused and excluded from our society, even the families of the user often have little understanding of the possible consequences of social exclusion. This makes drug users an isolated, vulnerable group. Social isolation and dependence on drugs often reduce the human nature of the users and can lead to suicide attempt.