Our Mission

To make genuine positive contributions to our host communities through NCOSWA's participation in various community activities.

To build bridges with other Nigerians, Nigerian and African Organizations, and the community at large, to think globally and act locally to impact the community. To this end, NCOSWA pursues the best ideas possible, including but not limited to those developed by seasoned professionals all over the globe, and applies them to our individual and collective endeavors in our local community of residence.
•Foster and encourage good relations among members through activities that engender unity and national rapprochement.
•Establish funds and engage in activities that will help provide and improve medical equipment and accessories for community health care clinics and hospitals in Nigeria.
•Acquisition of a property to be named "THE NIGERIAN HOUSE" for cultural and civic activities.
•Foster good collegial relations, NCOSWA will stand by its membership when an occasion calls for our individual and/or collective action to the aid of a member, or other Nigerians or friends of Nigeria.
•Encourage the creation of a viable Nigerian Community that can serve as a credible voice for Nigerians in Oregon and Southwest Washington in particular, and the Pacific Northwest in general.
•Provide a forum for discussion, education, and exchange of information regarding our different professions through presentations, symposia, round-table panel discussions, seminars, conferences, and NCOSWA-sponsored educational and cultural activities.


We, the people of Nigeria and Nigerian Americans in the State of Oregon, and Southwest Washington State.



Vision, Goals and Objectives