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Who We Are?

HHTG® is a non-governmental and non-profit charitable organization that is totally committed to screening diabetics with the view of providing them with free insulin and other related drugs. These drugs are strictly provided to people with diabetes free of charge. This organization equally provides free diabetes education to the general public. Therefore, Hammer Home The Glucose® envisions a Nigeria where diabetics will not die due to lack of insulin or smacks of improper management

Diabetes Early Diagnosis

Do you know your glucose level? Are you from a family of people with diabetes? Are you over 35 years of age? Were you told that you have high blood sugar when you were pregnant? Do you suffer from frequent urination, frequent thirst, fatigue and sometimes blurry vision? Act now to avoid being diabetic!!! For free screening of diabetes, blood pressure and free distribution of insulin to people with diabetes, contact Hammer Home the Glucose® at the addresses on this site.

Meet Our Team

Hammer Home The Glucose is run by a team of highly skilled, dedicated and God-fearing individuals who are  driven with the passion to save the people afflicted with Diabetes. The team is headed by Joakin C. Nwaokoro, a well trained and Certified Diabetes Educator with other professionals serving as volunteers in different areas such as dieticians, nurses, educators, physiotherapists, endocrinologists. For more, please Click Here!

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Our Vision

Our Vision

Hammer Home the Glucose® envisions a Nigeria where diabetics will not die due to lack of insulin or smacks of improper management.

Our Mission

Mission Statement

Hammer Home the Glucose® as a non-governmental and non-profit charity organization that is totally committed to screening diabetes and blood pressure with the view of providing them with free insulin and other related drugs. These drugs are strictly provided for sufferers. This organization equally provides free diabetes education to the general public

Program Updates & News!

  • INSULIN FOR SAVING LIVES- KATSINA STATE OUTREACH!!

    The insulin you can see were donated to Katsina state Diabetes Association by the president and founder of Hammer Home the Glucose, Dr J. C Nwaokoro. This was done to encourage Katsina State Diabetes Association in treating young children with Type 1 diabetes. This donation was applauded by the president of Diabetes Association of Nigeria, Dr Mohammed Alkali. The president of Hammer Home the Glucose has vowed to continue to render assistance to these numerous children in Katsina state with Type 1 Diabetes.

    We cannot forget to mention the source of the insulin and the organization that is making it possible for us. It is supplied to us by Insulin for Life, U.S.A.

    Signed: Dr J. C Nwaokoro

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  • A CALL TO CONSCIENCE


    “Life is not kind” says one of my clients with diabetic foot. A life without legs is a useless life, he continued. I have six children  and the eldest of them is still in primary school, he asked me how would they cope if his legs were amputated. The story continues, he said, he was not sick of anything until the wound he had on his legs refused to heal after a long treatment.

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  • A CALL FOR NEW HOPE

    Now is the time for all Nigerians at home and in diaspora to support and emulate this move initiated by President Olusegun Obasanjo. This is the first of its kind to see a past Nigerian president come up with this novel idea of giving back to the people he served. Baba may GOD continue to bless you, you are a pacesetter and those of us who are involved with service to humanity will continue to support and lend helping hands to this call.

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  • A GENERATION IN PERIL

    According to Calpurnia, Julius Caesar’s wife, she said “When beggars die there are no comets seen but heavens themselves blaze forth for the death of princes”. Almost all the children here have type 1 diabetes requiring insulin to live. As a Nigerian, you know how frustrating buying insulin could be to an average family. The cost of insulin is not cheap and maintaining a good glycaemic control is more challenging. In one of our outreaches, we had the pleasure to meet this boy who was  adding water to his insulin to prevent it from finishing fast. Because he was not sure whether his parents would buy him another one if the present insulin finishes.

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