RESOURCES

W2W Health 

In alignment with our aims and duties, we understand that work towards building community must center the health of Afrikan people throughout the diaspora.

 

The aim and duty of the W2W health resource is to ensure that health promotion is centered in the work. Some of the non-traditional methods of health promotion include the following

1.

Sankofa Practice

Providing and facilitating opportunities for Afrikan people to return to Ancestral lands and culture for BioPsychoSocialSpiritual health and wellness.  

150 people in Ghana, Los Angeles, and Sacramento 

2.

Travel & Leisure

Providing opportunities for travel to Africa and other Diasporic sites. Facilitate space in natural settings for people living in urban settings.

120 people in Ghana and throughout the state of California

3.

Volunteerism
Provide opportunities for youth and adults to volunteer in their communities and abroad.


50 people In Ghana and throughout the state of California

4.

Drumming


Provide education and facilitate the practice of African centered drumming techniques.


100 People throughout Ghana & California

5.

MBSR-NTU

NTU (pronounced “in too”) is a concept that originates from the Bantu people of Central Afrika. The term NTU refers to the universal and unifying vital life force and spiritual essence at the core of all physical existence facilitated through breath work and yoga.

50 youth in the California

6.

Nutrition Screenings


Screen for malnutrition in its various forms (underweight, stunted, obese).


200 Children in Ghana (Kwehu Community)

7.

Water Safety

Teach water purification methods and promote awareness of water quality 

250 people in Ghana and throughout the state of California 

WEST2WESTMOVEMENT 2020