Our objective is to provide an environment of learning and positive interaction with abundant resources that continuously strives to balance adolescent mental health in order for adolescents and Young Adults (0-25) to thrive healthy and drug-free throughout their lifetime. A means of having a consistent pathway from stress-free social interactions (including relationships and marriage), to education and training, to meaningful work that contributes equitably in building and maintaining sustainable comumunities. This is functionally possible when mental health is balanced as these allow for interconnected roles to exist and strengthen environments throughout the world in which adolescents are protected, nurtured, equipped and stimulated to succeed.
“The beginning of a new year and a new decade is an opportunity to reflect on our hopes and aspirations not only for our future, but the future of those who will come after us,” said Henrietta Fore, UNICEF Executive Director.
“As the calendar flips each January, we are reminded of all the possibility and potential of each child embarking on her or his life’s journey—if they are just given that chance.”
However, UNICEF reported that in 2018, 2.5 million newborns died before reaching one month old, around a third of them on the first day of life.
Most of these deaths were from preventable causes such as premature birth, complications during delivery and infections like sepsis.
Additionally, more than 2.5 million babies are born dead each year.
Let’s build a mentally healthy sustainable world together
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