Domestic violence is a serious problem around the world. Many people view domestic violence as exclusively part of certain ethnic or racial communities, or as unique to certain classes, within their societies. Research shows domestic violence occurs in all social, economic, religious and cultural groups. Domestic violence encompasses partner violence, family violence, spouse abuse, child abuse, battering, exploitation and wife beating.


NANNNA recognizes that nurses in Nigeria are faced with multi-faceted challenges at work. As such, NANNNA has partnered with the Center for the Right to Health (CRH) and Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria to reward professional excellence in nursing practice in Nigeria.


Our goals are to acquire two mobile clinics, fully-equiped with medical supplies to provide on-the-spot medical care and minor surgical procedures, in remote communities in the U.S. and Africa. We are currently soliciting donations to make this mobile clinic project a reality.


To uphold NANNNA mission of improving the health and well-being of Nigerians at home and abroad by serving as a passionate voice on critical health issues, and as a medium of exchange of information on health issues both in Nigeria and in North America, NANNNA coordinates with chapter members for Nursing/Medical mission to Nigeria.


On behalf of more than six thousand Nigerian Nurses in North America, NANNNA serves as a passionate voice before policy makers for progress on critical health issues, in our community and as a medium of exchange of information on health issues both in Nigeria and in North America. That is why our motto is: “Global Issues in Healthcare, Rising to the challenge”.