Pay-It-Forward Scheme for the Culture Health and Wellbeing International Conference
As part of our Pay-It-Forward Scheme for CHW21, we are offering Arts in Medicine Fellows in Africa free delegate places.
Our Pay It Forward Scheme offers Arts in Medicine Fellows in Africa free delegate places to our Culture Health and Wellbeing International Conference CHW21
The Arts in Medicine fellowship artsinmedicinefellowship.org is currently leading the largest arts in health network on the continent of Africa with 13 countries represented and over 400 members.
Offering Fellows free delegate spaces to the conference is a valuable opportunity for Fellows who are working in remote parts of Africa to engage with people who are in need of healing in the context of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal 3: Ensure health lives and promote well-being for all at all ages.
Attendees to the conference can top up their ticket by adding the £50 ‘Pay-It-Forward Top Up’ to their Basket on checkout. This extra £50 will enable us to support the attendance of Arts in Medicine Fellows.
For more information about our Culture Health and Wellbeing International Conference (CHW21) and to buy a ticket visit www.ahsw.org.uk/event/chw21/
Meet the Fellows
Ibrahim Jidda – Arts in Medicine Fellow from Nigeria
Ibrahim Jidda is a trained mental health Nurse, with 10 years experience in tertiary mental health hospital in Maiduguri. He joined the humanitarian environment as a psychosocial Specialist working with children associated with arm groups in North East Nigeria, training community stakeholders on trauma awareness and resilience building and psychological First aid. He is fellow of Cardinal Onaiyekan Foundation for peace on interfaith mediation conflict and conflict transformation also running Msc Public health currently. Ibrahim works with survivors of terrors attacks in northern part of Nigeria.
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