Improving Lifestyle and wellbeing through
Awareness | Research | Technology
To make use of research, awareness and technology in implementing sustainable interventions that will abridge substance abuse, non-communicable diseases and malnutrition in Africa.
We provide awareness on drug abuse, tobacco use and alcoholism and also provide counselling and ease of accessibility to rehab centers for people with substance use disorder.
We create awareness and provide interventions on exclusive breastfeeding, child nutrition and early childhood development to fight against stunting, wasting and malnutrition in children.
Non Communicable Diseases
We conduct research on Non communicable diseases such as cancer, diabetes and cardiovascular diseases and carry out strategic campaigns to provide awareness and health checkup for people.
NDAFW is an annual, week-long health observance that inspires dialogue about the science of drug use and addiction among youth. NDAFW provides an opportunity to bring together scientists, students, educators, healthcare providers, and community partners—to help advance the science, so that we can improve the prevention and awareness of substance misuse in our own communities and nationwide.
There is a big connection between the food we eat and the activities that go on in out brains. Interestingly, these activities could interfere with the result we produce at work and our lives. Diet and productivity is an online seminar aimed at educating participants on the kind of diets and lifestyle needed to improve their mental health and increase their productivity at work.
Youths Against Substance Abuse
YASA is a project funded by the North-East Development Commission Education Endowment Fund. The project was facilitated by David Folaranmi foundation and Food and Genes Initiative in Gombe State, Nigeria with a 10-man team of facilitators and trainers. The aim of the project was to train youths to become addiction professionals and advocates against drug abuse in their respective communities. The project was split into two phases including peer advocacy training and drug abuse prevention projects.