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Health Programs and Research

Research as part of our key focus areas, FMDI invests in and facilitates translational researches that are of public health importance. 

Welcome to the FutureMinds development initiative (FMDI), a non-governmental organization (NGO) established in 2008, targeted towards creating opportunities for individuals & families to have a good life. Promoting health, people empowerment, all of which are primarily accomplished through education and our commitment to continually demonstrate/deliver the highest standards of service.

In 2017, FMDI in collaboration with the international society for medical laser application (ISLA) research group, Germany pioneered the development of a new treatment for malaria. The treatment offers the possibility of eradicating malaria completely by providing a solution to insecticide (vector) and parasite (pathogen) resistance.We have conducted outreach programs on various international days with activities that keep people informed, encouraging preventive and curative health care





eDokita is an online medical platform that allows users to access quality health care by consulting a doctor at their convenience. We bridge the huge gap in the provision of health care services by rolling out telemedicine services which take health care service to the consumers’ doorsteps regardless of their social and economic status.



Accountable Nigeria project stands to proffer solution to the inherent issues identified in the Nigerian society through a means that allows active participation of a typical Nigerian citizen to bring about transparency to every actions and inactions, right to information (citizen empowerment), improvement in the quality of life of citizens, and a society that unites for unimpeded growth and development.



We Work to keep you and your family healthy and strong each day.

Dr. Habeeb Tunde Ali provides the most effective treatments to patients by integrating both conventional and alternative medicine that address all aspects of pain and wellness

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I see Nigeria as a young child who feels inside his heart that he wants to run but the body is only young enough to walk yet; but even in its attempt to walk, the legs sometimes do not feel ready enough. In its walking, there are also various distracting factors like bumps in the way, TV noise, parents and siblings, shouting opposing instructions. This child can see through the windows and the doors the wide-open field and the clear blue skies awaiting him and that there is a wide world waiting for him to run and even fly. If and if only he could get his footsteps right by being careful in his strength, avoiding the distractions and assimilating the various pieces of advice thrown at him. In managing his strengths and abilities, he can not only focus on his feet but he needs to be aware of the positioning and use of his hands, arms, legs, knees, hips, body, neck and head as he might need any of these for pulling himself up, for balancing to stay upright while walking and for avoiding pitfalls while maintaining his progress. In addition, he needs his brain and sense organs for detecting, interpreting and planning his steps, picking out obstructions and anticipating pitfalls. Thus, this desire or vision to run into the open blue skies and enjoy the freedom the outside world holds sounds simple but the efforts require teamwork involving the many parts and only cooperation and coordination of these various parts can result in success.

Our Initiatives


FMDI TV empowers and educates the general public on health issues, civil patriotism through our ANI platform, etc.

We also provide valuable health information, tools for managing your health, and health management support.

Our aim is to improve the societal accountability mechanism from the community level

TPI has to do with the redemption of our society, a community-oriented approach to improve accountability

As part of our key focus areas, FMDI invest in and facilitate translational researches that are of public health importance

We provide the most effective treatments for patients by combining both conventional and alternative approaches.

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