Building Partnership Networks: Global Initiatives

We are pleased to announce that with the support of our Global partners continues to grow and get stronger with more focused research and community care program.

Our work will focus on bringing communities together and empowering them with the skills to overcome a rising tide of health issues. We are keen to build self management skill within the communities most affected by long term illnesses so that they are empowered to addressing the health difficulties with safe and evidence based strategies.

In the recent global partnership network, we are proud to be associated with local community based organisations in India and Nigeria.

Through our global partners, we continue to:

  • Increase the ability of communities to challenge/dispel common myths of health issues.

  • Supporting communities to be more proactive and respond better and earlier to health specially mental health issues with supported interventions, leading to increased reporting and better support for communities.

  • Creating opportunities for strengthening and promoting community awareness of long term issues including mental health issues through dialogues/exchange ideas/ and the production of resources.

As part of this project, we will be offering technical research support and training. If you are interested to know more about our community work in India and Nigeria, please get in touch.

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