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Psychosocial counselling for workforce: Well Being Africa helps workplaces to access the support that their employees need to protect and promote their mental health and psychosocial wellbeing. Continued psychosocial support is necessary to help employees to manage stress, trauma, grief, and other life challenges. This support is often lacking or limited in workplaces especially for the low cadre employees. The resultant effect is the social ills expressed in society. Continue reading here.
Nutrition education intervention for a healthier society: Unhealthy eating is one of the main causes of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) such as diabetes, hypertension, stroke, heart diseases, and certain cancers. NCDs rank among the 10 leading causes of death in South Africa as reported by Statistic South Africa. Providing the appropriate levels of nutrition education will enable individuals to make healthy food choices. Continue reading here.
Self-management and support in diabetes: Nineteen million adults are living with diabetes in Africa, out of which 4.6 million are in South Africa. As it is in several African countries, type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) in South Africa is generally a poorly controlled condition warranting innovative interventions. Diabetes self-management education and support is very beneficial in improving diabetes outcomes and feasible in resource-limited settings. Continue reading here.
Breastfeeding support: When breastfeeding (BF) is done appropriately, it lowers infants’ risk for infections, respiratory diseases, diarrhea, and child stunting. It contributes to children’s psychomotor development. Breastfed infants have a lower risk of diabetes, obesity, and certain cancers in their adult years. A healthy infant grows to become a healthy and productive adult able to contribute to the nation’s economy. Continue reading here.