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Volunteers aid Nigeria’s traumatized Boko Haram victims

In Yola, the capital of Adamawa State, a 24-year-old woman is trying to address the impact of the horrors of Boko Haram atrocities on the mental health of the region’s youth — an aspect that has so far failed to attract the attention of the government and aid agencies. Anadolu Agency

My mandate to rescue children from mental disorders

Miss Blessing Douglas is a 24-year-old international and comparative  politics graduate  of the American University of Nigeria  (AUN), Yola, Adamawa State. Vanguard Nigeria

Poor sleep, gateway to most mental illnesses

IN Nigeria, one out of every four people will have mental illness in their life time. Unfortunately, our society does not talk about mental illness. Vanguard Nigeria

Health Club, Kintsukuroi Foundation Mark World Mental Health Day

… Ms. Blessing Douglas, explained that Mental Health Day is an annual event set to raise mental health awareness and to condemn the stigmatization of victims of mental illness. She complained of a lack of … AUNThisWeek

Alumna’s Foundation Sits at African American Student Leadership Experience in Washington

Class of 2016 alumna Blessing Douglas, founder of Douglas Kintsukuroi Foundation (DKF), served as an international administrative advisor in this year’s African American Student Leadership Experience (AASLE) …AUNThisWeek

Alum Blessing Douglas Launches Kintsukuroi Foundation, Protests Stigmatization of Mental Health

On July 1, Kintsukuroi Foundation, an NGO founded by Blessing Douglas of the Class of 2016, visited Aliyu Musdafa College, Yola, to campaign against stigmatization of mental health and raise awareness ….AUNThisWeek

Speaker Pledges Support to Alum’s Foundation

The Speaker of the Adamawa State House of Assembly, Hon. Kabiru Mijinyawa, has pledged support for Kintsukuroi, an NGO set up by alumna Blessing Douglas to raise awareness for mental health issues in Adamawa …AUNThisWeek


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To create awareness about mental health issues and advocate for better management of mental health illness.