FLORA OLADAPO              
401-743-7771 
   401-453-0971    
HOME ADDRESS
          94 KIMBALL ST,PROV.RI.02908
flowflo25@yahoo.com 

HAROLD BOLU OMISORE         
   401-465-4223
       401-781-6308    
   213 SACKETTE ST,PRO.RI.02907
  bbigbolu@verizon.net

AFUA AKOTO               
401-527-6933   
1 Lakeside Ave, Cranston RI. 02910
akoto.afua@gmail.com     

BODE OMISORE              
401-527-8787
  401-941-8014 
508-616-2845 
150 MELROSE ST,PROV.RI.02907
bomiso@msn.com

NKOLI  ONYE               
401-996-1602 
903 Prov Place, Prov. RI 02903  
              NKOLI.ONYE@GMAIL.COM                       
 
                           
MURAINA "MORRIS" AKINFOLARIN              
401-487-2159 
401-273-2917  
401-641-6136
270PRAIRIE AVE, PROV, RI. 02905
akinfolarin@msn.com 
                      
   
VICTOR ADEWUSI              
401-345-4435       
vadewusi@yahoo.com               
401-383-5256       
94 VINE ST, EAST PROV, RI. 02914
                        

ROCHELLE LEE             
  401-837-9600 
172 ONTARIO ST,PROV,RI.02907
rochelle1951@aol.com

Olabisi Davies              
401-261-2152    
  138 Amherst St. Prov, RI 02909
                    misslabisi@gmail.com                          

About Oasis International

Oasis International is a nonprofit, 501(c) (3), organization serving the African immigrant
Community and the lowincome neighborhood of West End, Elmwood, Upper
Southwest Providence, Lower Southwest Providence, and Washington Park. Oasis
International started in 1992, as an effort to identify and maintain an infrastructure for
professional development for its members. Through the exchange of technical
information, general business assistance, and the promotion of cultural activities, we are
dedicated to long-term social exchange, cultural and economic development in our
neighborhoods.

Oasis International's Philosophy

* "We build the road and the road builds 
   us." - Sarvodaya  Shramadana

*  Create community leaders both to
govern and guide their community.

*  Economic Literacy and Credit
Counseling for residents.

*  Support and engage the youth  in
activities that develop their skills and creativity.

*  Promote social change, economic Literacy and civil engagement in the community.

*  Respect for cultural heritage of our diverse community.

*  Reward academic performance by awarding scholarships to Oasis Youth that are college bound students.


Administration

The day-to-day administration of Oasis International is the responsibility of a Fourteen- member volunteer board and supported by a Volunteer full time Executive Director and Program Director.  An eight-member volunteer Advisory Board, made up of distinguished citizens from within and outside of our community, provides oversight, advice for the organization.   

The African community groups affiliated with the organization include, but are not limited to: The
Nigerian, Ghanaian, Liberian, and Senegalese community organizations, the African Alliance of RI,
Pan African-American Society of RI, and the African Nurses Association of RI.
Oasis Youth Mission
Coming together for the
common purpose of acquiring
and sharing knowledge within
their communities about life
skills, education, leadership,
and diversity in a safe and
controlled environment.
Oasis International
Promoting cultural health and
facilitating community and
economic empowerment with
an emphasis on youth
leadership

The Nigerian, Ghanaian and Liberian
Nurses Association and the Lifespan
Wellness Team will be hosting a
health fair. Come and get your blood
pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol
checked for free!

A consumer specialist from our
community Credit Unions will provide
information on the mortgage market.
Together We Build A Better Tomorrow .................
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