Mental Health Awareness to 500 youth in Rwanda

by Friends Peace House
Mental Health Awareness to 500 youth in Rwanda

Project Report | Oct 11, 2023
Mental Health Awareness to 500 youth updates

By Donatien NDIZEYE | Project Evaluation and Monitoring Officer

This project was designed to raise awareness with the intention of addressing mental illnesses such as depression, anxiety, bipolar, eating disorders, schizophrenia, and alcohol and drug use disorders, a figure that’s likely to be higher following COVID-19 and the subsequent levels of depression, harmful alcohol, and drug use, and self-harm or suicidal behavior

so far, we continue to appreciate all Donors and well-wishers who made some contributions to this project. however, funds are still limited for the implementation of the project. we are still encouraging all globalgiving Communities to contribute more to the well-being of youth in Rwanda.

I am, therefore, registering my sincere apology for the delay in reporting on time. it was due to the fieldwork which we were working on.

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Organization Information

Friends Peace House

Location: Kigali - Rwanda
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Project Leader:
Aime Sibomana
Kigali , Kigali Rwanda

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