At Lluvia Health, we believe children and adolescents represent the future and that their development should be a prime concern for every society. We are invested in their physical health as well as other areas like mentoring for good health and general well-being.
In line with the above, we started a capacity-building session for in-school adolescents on health and life skills leveraging on alumni.
This is to ensure adolescents are well equipped to transition to adulthood and contribute meaningfully to society thereby benefiting themselves, their families, and the entire nation.
In line with our mission to provide mentoring for adolescents and improve their health and life outcomes, we collaborated with the Igbinedion Education Centre Old Students Association (IECOSA), to conduct mentoring and capacity-building sessions on health and life skills for students of Igbenedion Education Center, Benin, Edo State.
The sessions were conducted virtually via the Student’s e-learning platform (Zoom). Panelists of the mentoring session were members of the IECOSA who are experts and professionals in different fields all over the World.
The goal was to help students navigate adolescence and prepare for life after school. Panelists took the opportunity to remind students life comes with challenges that will require them to make decisions and deal with the consequences of their decisions or indecision. The ability to make the right informed decisions was discussed.