About us

We are a people driven Nonprofit Organization established to affect Attitudes, Skills and Behaviour

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Vision Statement

To create healthy alternatives to drugs and substance abuse.

Mission Statement

Utilize multi-disciplinary approaches that discourage substance abuse among teens and young adult; improve their lives through programs and intervention that increase access to education, healthy living and sustainable incomes.

Our Approach

We address many issues such as upbringing, childhood, parents, suicide, joblessness, depression, body image, education, addiction, healthy alternatives and community responsibility.

Our Commitment

  • Discourage substance abuse and introduce healthy abuse.
  • Build and encourage protective factors.
  • Equip young adults with employable skills

Our Activites’ Impact on UN SDG ARE;

SDG 3:

Strengthen the awareness and prevention of substance and drug abuse in Africa and beyond.

SDG 4:

to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.

SDG 8:

Substantially reduce the rate of unemployed youth that lack basic vocational training through our healthy alternative to drug approach.

Our Programs

ICHAD Conferences

ICHAD School of Skills


ICHAD Academy

Project Enable

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What People Say

We’re always trying out new things. And we rely on data and feedback to steer our direction.

To me, ICHAD is like a family. They have this genuine concern for my growth and success.

I am proud and lucky of being a part of the community as they help me expand my potentials and growth.

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Coming to ICHAD has not only gave me a sense of purpose and making impact, but also, the opportunity to connect with great minds.

I love what we do and the amazing growth is beautiful.

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