Mental Health Youth Champions Network is a network of youth leaders and youth-led organizations working in their communities to address the growing burden of mental illness through community based interventions including peer support, psychosocial support, theatre arts and policy advocacy among others. Through this project, we work with stakeholders to build capacity of these youth leaders, amplify their voices and foster collaboration for sustainable development in addressing mental disorders.
Mental health is an emerging issue in the global health space and in my opinion, it should be considered a critical health concern among Kenyans.
Mental wellbeing of young people is so critical in their development. I have come to a realization that young people are living on the edge
The mention of schools and learning institutions in Kenya, easily sees folks go back and forth on academic excellence and its counterpart, underperformance. It is
In March 2021, a mental health champion and IMHA East Africa Program Director Damian Juma debuted the We Live For Us Project. Starting in Mombasa,
Abstract: Disease outbreaks have been known to cause substantial devastation in the world. The impact of such outbreaks on mental health have been documented but
COVID-19 is here and for a mild respiratory virus it has proved to be a wrecking ball. The economy has certainly fared worse than most
Preamble: HOPE CITADEL FOUNDATION – Missioners of Hope is an organization composed of volunteers who are medical health care providers of different cadres. These includes:
Preamble: Ryculture Health and Social Innovation hosted its third Bonfire Chat on 5th July 2019 at Juja Botanical Gardens with focus on the impact of
The Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) Red Cross club hosted Ryculture Health and Social Innovation, Uzima Champions and Leap JKUAT Chapter for a mental health forum on 5th