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Our Projects

Our projects

HEDEN works in underserved communities across Nigeria

HEDEN promotes a wide range of health and development activities. Our focus is aligned to the Sustainable Development Goals 1,3,4,5.10 and 17

Breast Milk Advocate Project

Breast Milk Advocate Project uses participatory behavioral change communication approach to promote sustainable breastfeeding through: Advocacy, Seminars, Maternal education, Radio Program, Town hall meeting on…

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Drug Demand Reduction

This project uses participatory behavioral change communication approach focusing on prevention, sensitization, research, and advocacy on drug and substance abuse. Behavioral change project is designed…

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Birthing Kits Distribution project

In partnership with Birthing Kits Foundation, Australia, HEDEN works with communities experiencing high rate of maternal and newborn mortality, by distributing Birthing Kits to pregnant…

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Sweet Mother App

This is a maternal and child health App in 5 languages (English, Yoruba, Igbo, Hausa, Pidgin) launched on February 14, 2019. It is a simple,…

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Micro Nutrient Supplementation Project

The Micro Nutrient Supplementation Project is a nutrition project for vulnerable population in hard-to-reach communities. It involves maternal education, community sensitization using talks, videos and…

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In My Hands

This is a health promotion, literacy, and vocational skills project working with about 50 physically challenged men who resort to begging as a means of…

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Empowerment for Youth (E4Y)

This project focuses on Drugs and Substance Abuse Prevention, Health and life skills through the establishment of Community Based Animators Club in communities; Seeds of…

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Sweet Mother Program (SMP)

Sweet Mother Program is a maternal and child health program aimed at empowering parents, families with knowledge, resources, skills and behaviors to ensure safe motherhood,…

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