PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE
We all must have heard the saying “Prevention is better than cure” but let’s admit it, most of us don’t really take this idiom seriously and most often shelf it off in neglect. Good news is, you can start taking action right now. Join us, follow us, befriend us. Whichever way you choose to connect with us, we can join hands in changing lives.
IHO has begun the fight against infant mortality, unwanted pregnancies, and other easily preventable tragedies which are very common in our societies today. In as much as technology, communication and scientific research is advancing, many young people are still unaware of the health dangers they are exposed to in every day life. We at IHO hope to bring in more awareness to the picture, we hope that 5 years from now, a minimum of 70% of all youths with basic education will be able understand and avoid common diseases like HIV/AIDS, Malaria, diabetes, typhoid etc.
SETTING GOALS AND WORKING TOWARDS THEM
Being a dynamic team of very enthusiastic youths, IHO continues to set and reach new goals. We have organised over 22 events on disease prevention and health management in the past 1 year.
The road has not always be cool and smooth. We have had to climb hills and descend steep valleys just to reach our audience in different localities.
When we started our journey, we always knew it was never going to be easy. However, we have since been determined to take our cause to the very limits of our abilities.
Although it has been tough, it has also been a bunch of excitement. Having to meet and talk to a vast diversity of people has been nothing short of glorious to us. We enjoyed all our moments, both the crooked and smooth moments.
We have already touched thousands of lives with our program and dream to touch hundreds of millions someday. If you like our work and would like to support us, please click on the donate button located on the main menu to send us your contribution.
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