Improving the quality of life for people diagnosed with OI
What is Brittle Bone Disease?

Osteogenesis Imperfecta

Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI) also known as Brittle Bone Disease is a group of genetic disorders that mainly affects the bones. It results in bones that break easily. The severity may be mild to severe, this can be genetic (autosomal) or dominant.  

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Rodding surgery

OIFN is raising money for life-changing corrective rodding surgery for 7 children diagnosed with brittle bone condition (OI) in Nigeria. Finding out their kids have this condition without proper knowledge or support from birth has been difficult and devastating for some of the parents and the children. They have hoped things will work out with time but it never did....
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We are creating a free Professional Network, developed to provide support and information for all working in the medical field of Osteogenesis Imperfecta and other rare bone diseases in Nigeria and around the world. Help us expand our network and support.


Volunteers are an important and valued part of the foundation. Together, staff and volunteers help to meet the needs of people with Osteogenesis Imperfecta and their families; locally and nationally across the country.  This would not be possible without the contribution of our volunteers. 

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Inspiring Young People

We work with children and young adults across the world, here are just a few of them.

He was born with 6 fractures and deformity on his legs. Currently in secondary school. Taking Pamidronate every 4 months. Had over 100 fractures.

Steven, UK

On Pamidronate every 3 months. He has had lots of fractures due to OI Type 3.

Rukky, Delta State, Nigeria

Stephanie has had multiple fractures from infancy to adolescence but thank God for Zoledronic that has helped reduce fractures drastically.

Stephanie Egharevba, EDO State, Nigeria