Advocate for the fixing of a health center

The DSSA Project aims to raise awareness and promote mental health support by addressing the prevalence of depression in Africa, particularly among young adults, the elderly, and internally displaced persons (IDPs). By dispelling the misconception that depression is a disease and emphasizing the importance of seeking help, the project mobilizes efforts to tackle the symptoms of depression. With the goal of reducing the alarming rates of depression and preventing suicides, the project advocates for increased awareness, understanding, and support for mental health in the affected populations.

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Organize a workshop that helps people understand that depression is not a disease, and there’s a need to seek help and mobilize efforts when experiencing its symptoms.

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