About Uzima Wellness Program

We care about your welfare. Mental Health Consultants

In response to alarming statistics revealing high rates of violence against women and girls in Kenya, particularly in urban slums,Badili Africa, has been implementing a “Uzima” program. This initiative aims to empower community frontline responders with a trauma-informed approach, focusing on community-led actions to address mental health issues resulting from gender-based violence (GBV).

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Why Mental Health

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Mental health is like the foundation of a house. If the foundation is weak or damaged, the whole house is at risk of collapsing. Similarly, if people’s mental health isn’t taken care of, it can affect every aspect of their lives.Focusing on mental health isn’t just about helping individuals—it’s about building stronger, healthier communities for everyone.

Human Well-being

Mental health is essential for people to live fulfilling and productive lives. When individuals struggle with mental health issues, it can impact their ability to work, study, and maintain relationships.

Breaking Stigma

Many people still feel ashamed or embarrassed to talk about mental health issues. We can help break down this stigma by raising awareness and promoting acceptance and understanding.

Prevention and Early Intervention

By focusing on mental health, we can help prevent mental health problems from developing in the first place, or intervene early to prevent them from getting worse.

Community Resilience

Strong mental health in a community means the community as a whole is more resilient and better able to cope with challenges like natural disasters, economic downturns, or social unrest.

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What are the signs of mental illness?

Signs of mental illness can vary depending on the specific condition, but common indicators include changes in mood, behavior, thoughts, or feelings that significantly disrupt daily functioning. Examples include prolonged sadness, excessive worry, difficulty concentrating, changes in sleep or appetite, social withdrawal, and unexplained physical symptoms.

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