Who We Are?
Through the use of innovative methods, we will expose our students and clients to the multiple benefits that are obtainable in the art of Origami.
Our vision is to advance education and improve general well being by engendering creativity, focus, empathy and ingenuity. We seek to enhance observatory skills, problem analysis, team bonding through the Japanese art of Origami. Download iFoldedit Origami Brochure
Oluwatobi Sodimu is an award winning Origami practitioner and Social Entrepreneur whose work focuses on improving health and wellness as well as ameliorating learning experience in public education by utilizing the ancient Japanese Art of folding paper.
He is a graduate of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology with a Major in Pure and applied Chemistry. He is the Creative Director of iFoldedit Origami and the Founder of Origami Society Nigeria the non governmental and charity arm of iFoldedit Origami.
Oluwatobi has directly improved the lives of over 10,500 in children, adults, older adults and people living with disability. A COVID-19 HERO and overall winner of the KAD(Kunle Adewale Day) Fund for social impact, he has held events and facilitated Origami therapy sessions and and workshops both locally and internationally seeking to achieve primarily global goals 3 and 4.
Our program runs in more than 12 schools in Nigeria with origami integrated in the schools curriculum. Students are properly equipped with materials required and have a termly thematic project.
For Corporate event our Origami workshops are utilized to facilitate team bonding, destress from many work place stressors as well as enable the artistic side of staff and workers. Health and educational benefits of Origami include;