Network for the advancement of people with visible disabilities (NAPVID) is a registered non-governmental organization (NGO) in Nigeria that is preoccupied with the empowerment, rehabilitation, and the entrenchment of social justice for people with disabilities and their inclusion on government and development.
The membership of NAPVID is comprised of persons with disabilities and persons without disabilities. according to NAPVID’s statute, the President and vice president must be Persons with disabilities. Melody Omasah Esq., a charismatic visually impaired lawyer is currently the president of NAPVID.


Melody Omosah is a lawyer, a deputy Director at the Edo State Ministry of Justice and currently the Executive Director, Network for the Advancement of People with Visible Disabilities. He is a prolific writer, a social crusader, a defender of the inherent dignity of the human person and a contender of equal Rights for people with disabilities. He is happily married with three Children.

Members of Napvid Board of Trustees

To pursue the education, rehabilitation and economic
empowerment of people with disabilities, to advocate for the
social inclusion of people with disabilities in governance
and development. To influence the formulation and implementation
of public and private sector policies in favour of
persons with disabilities. To champion unfettered
access of persons with disabilities to their environment; that is
public infrastructure, utilities and services.

To have an egalitarian society
anchored on freedom, justice and equality
where everyone will have unfettered access to
and opportunities without any discrimination or
distinction based the same social, political,
economic and cultural rights on disability.