Our goal is to stop or prevent aggravation of mental health issues while in the middle of pandemic. We're all struggling with the pandemic as well as our mental health. One of the reasons we're all right is because we help each other. We can improve our mental health by supporting and guiding one another.
Our Advocacy Process
1. Devise and execute continual online capacity-building programs to educate young people with the knowledge and skills they need to effectively protect themselves, lead in family care, and support their communities during a pandemic.
2. Support young people in designing and delivering health awareness campaigns and initiatives, so that they are actively engaged in COVID-19 health promotion.
3. Establish dialogue opportunities through regular online and offline engagements between young people and senior managers in governments and WHO country missions to capture youth needs and recommendations during the pandemic.
4, Prioritize the identification, recruitment, training, and deployment of young people as members of national and local health workforces during the pandemic
5. Allow young people to share and learn from each other's experiences throughout the epidemic, start youth storytelling programs and events highlighting first-person stories at the national and local levels.