Through our A.E.E.R mantra “ADVOCACY. EDUCATION. ENGAGEMENT. REPORT”, we strategize our campaigns on health issues of public interest.
Our advocacy policy is based on creating awareness through all means of communication: social media and one on one interaction with people on issues relating to their health and environment in general.
We educate the populace with our articles focusing on matters relating to health and health care management. We create DPs, banners and other visual aids means to convey our messages to the people.
We don’t stop at the level of advocacy and education, we create assessment questions to know how much people gained from the advocacy and education strategies. Our assessment questions are simple and address the subject of discussion.
The last phase of our campaign is the feedback to the Government, Health care practitioners and the populace at large through comprehensive report of the engagement assessment. We make the report available to all concerned personnel via our social media handles and one on one engagement.
Our awareness campaign focus on the following area as deduced from SDGs 3 and 6.
Below are our monthly campaign programmes for the whole year.
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All day: WORLD BREAST FEEDING WEEK
August 1-10, 2021All day
Immunization is a means of saving lives from deadly communicable and contagious diseases that are preventable. No child should be restricted from immunization. This means vaccines should be easily accessible, free and affordable to all, regardless of social class or geographical location. The cycle of the diseases must be broken and fully eradicated in order to improve quality of life. Remember, 2020 World Immunization Week theme; #VaccinesWork for ALL.Read More
The vaccine-preventable diseases (VPDs) are infectious diseases for which effective preventable vaccines exist. Any death from vaccine-preventable disease is considered as vaccine-preventable death. Major VPDs include: Tuberculosis – Bacille Calmette Guerin (BCG) vaccine, Diphtheria, Hepatitis B, Measles, Pertussis, Polio, Tetanus and Yellow Fever. World Health Organization estimates indicate that close to a million childrenRead More
“Get the ambu bag! Continue the CPR! Don’t stop! Please do something!”screamed Ogechi, whilst panting heavily, her face and clothes drenched in her own sweat. She had climbed the stairs several times in few minutes to get resuscitation items for her dying mum, she needed ventilation herself but she wasn’t bothered. She only focused onRead More