Heal & Ascend: Pathway to Mental Health Resilience

by Tap Elderly Women's Wisdom for Youth
Heal & Ascend: Pathway to Mental Health Resilience
Heal & Ascend: Pathway to Mental Health Resilience
Heal & Ascend: Pathway to Mental Health Resilience
Heal & Ascend: Pathway to Mental Health Resilience
Heal & Ascend: Pathway to Mental Health Resilience
Heal & Ascend: Pathway to Mental Health Resilience
Heal & Ascend: Pathway to Mental Health Resilience
Heal & Ascend: Pathway to Mental Health Resilience
Heal & Ascend: Pathway to Mental Health Resilience
Heal & Ascend: Pathway to Mental Health Resilience
Heal & Ascend: Pathway to Mental Health Resilience
Heal & Ascend: Pathway to Mental Health Resilience
Heal & Ascend: Pathway to Mental Health Resilience
Heal & Ascend: Pathway to Mental Health Resilience

Summary

TEWWY's annual mental health promotion and suicide awareness campaign aims to bridge treatment gaps. Through expert-led workshops and educational sessions, we will emphasize the vital connection between mental health and physical exercise, nutrition, building community, and connecting with nature. Additionally, a Mount Kilimanjaro charity climb will raise suicide awareness. And a virtual campaign will engage people in fitness challenges, fostering personal growth and making a meaningful impact.

$50,000
total goal
$49,400
remaining
2
donors
1
monthly donor
9
months

Challenge

Limited access to mental health services, inadequate resources, and a prevailing stigma contribute to a significant mental health treatment gap in Tanzania. Many people facing mental health challenges lack proper support. The lack of awareness about mental health issues and available treatments exacerbates the situation. Without timely intervention and effective care, individuals struggling with mental health difficulties are at a higher risk of resorting to suicide as a desperate solution.

Solution

The three-month campaign will bridge the mental health treatment gap by providing depression-screening and facilitating interactive expert-led workshops and educational sessions, emphasizing the vital correlation between mental health and physical exercise, nutrition, community-building, and nature connection. By raising awareness and providing knowledge, the campaign will empower individuals to take charge of their mental well-being, fostering resilience and emotional balance.

Long-Term Impact

The focus on holistic wellness will reduce stigma and lead to a healthier population overall, with improved physical and mental well-being. Additionally, the fundraising efforts through the Mount Kilimanjaro climb will provide resources for community-based mental health care and psychosocial support programs, ensuring sustained assistance for those in need. Ultimately, the campaign will contribute to a stronger support system and a more mentally resilient society in Tanzania.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).

Resources

Organization Information

Tap Elderly Women's Wisdom for Youth

Location: Dar es Salaam, Kinondoni - Tanzania, United Republic of
Website:
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @TEWWYWisdom
Project Leader:
Neema Tembele
Dar es Salaam , Kinondoni Tanzania, United Republic of
$600 raised of $50,000 goal
 
13 donations
$49,400 to go
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