Hackathon for Depression

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Hackathon to create awareness for Depression in Immigrant and Refugee communities. Hosted by 1951 Coffee, and Thon X

It was an amazing twelve hour workspace. Where folks from multiple disciplines came together to work on tackling a cause- increasing awareness around Depression in Immigrant and Refugee communities. There were so many great ideas and lots of passion in the room.

Before the participants got to work, they volunteered to engage in a demonstration of the RICHER model. The participants volunteered to share some work that reflect how they felt. This is the pre and post reflection of how they felt in their mind, body and spirit.

Below is a word bible that summarized the expression of the participants pre and post the session

Before the RICHER Model

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After the RICHER Model hackathon 01.12 words after richer model

For more information on bringing the RICHER Model to your communities for social impact complete this form

 

 

Tope Ojeme chats with Uzo on Radio Nigeria- Nigerian Pride

Tune in to Radio Nigeria to listen to Uzo Nwankpa on the Nigeria pride program with Tope Ojeme.

Air time: May 2nd Tuesday 2:30pm Nigeria Time

(3:30 AM EST|6:30 AM PST| 7:30 AM MT)

Stream Live

Nigerian Pride-Radio Nigeria 

“A spotlight on Nigerians in the Diaspora who are living exemplary lives, thereby serving as worthy ambassadors of the Country” Radio Nigeria

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Pic: Uzo Nwankpa posing with The Uzo Method Project team in Enugu Nigeria

Post War Trauma- A time to heal

Osisioma Foundation Reunion

Post War Trauma- A time to heal     

The voice of an Igbo woman in the Diaspora

Speech presented by 

Guest Speaker – Uzo Nwankpa, MSN-PH, BSN, RN

The Osisioma Foundation is dedicated to the Economic, Social and Political Agenda that TOUCH LIVES.

Wednesday Mar 23rd 2016

@ Standard Plaza, Opposite Crunches

Onitsha- Enugu Express Way

Awka, Anambra State

Nigeria, West Africa

 

Nga Maia ki Tamaki Makaurau

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NAU MAI HAERE MAI KI TE HUI A NGA MAIA KI TAMAKI MAKAURAU 

KAUPAPA FOR OUR NEXT HUI 

WHERE: NZCOM Auckland Region Resource Centre,

Yarnton House, 14 Erson Ave, Royal Oak, Auckland

WHEN: Wednesday 9th December 2015, 1800 – 2130 

1800 – 1930 

Committee meeting and regional business hui

Nga Maia ki Tamaki Makaurau members welcome

1930 – 2130 

Regional hui and guest speaker presentation

All midwives, students and whānau welcome

Christmas Hui – Highlights of 2015, looking forward to 2016 and special end of year Guest Speaker 

UZO NWANKPA 

MSN-PH, BSN, RN and 2015 Caroline Plummer Fellow 

“The Uzo Method for Therapeutic Movement, Song and Dance”

Please bring a plate of kai to share

Enquiries to

Megan Tahere: 027 3669358 or Kaniwa Kupenga: 021 02891937

Maternal and Child Wellbeing Through Music and Dance- A Day Workshop

CCHR Workshop F2

Hosted by Auckland University of Technology, Centre for Child Health Research 

Presented by Uzo Nwankpa MSN-PH, BSN, RN

When: 9am-4pm Thursday Dec 3rd, 2015

Where: AUT South Campus MD, 210

This full day seminar is a day of music, dance, research findings and shared conversations about how healthcare providers can help support the wellbeing of new mothers, babies and families during the prenatal and postnatal phases of life.

Manukau Campus is situated at 640, Great South Road, Manukau. Only metresaway from the Southern Motorway and a 5 minute walk to Manukau CBD.

Due to limited number of participants –first come first serve basis: Required RSVP amor.hirao@aut.ac.nz (09) 921-9999 ext7790

CCHR Workshop F3