Generations Without Qat holds a "workshop for community leaders and mosque preachers to involve them in raising awareness against common diseases and focusing more on Covid 19 in the Mocha district."
Saturday, October 22, 2022, a number of preachers brothers and a number of female guides participated in the Mokha district in Taiz governorate, as part of the project “Motivating the community to adopt basic family practices 5 + 1 with more focus on covid-19.”
This was done in coordination between the Endowments and Guidance Office in Mocha and the Generations Without Qat Organization at the organization’s headquarters in Mocha, in the presence of the Deputy Director General of Taiz Endowments, Sheikh Shehab Hazaa;
The project coordinator explained that the workshop implemented by the organization #Generations_Without_Qat aims to convey the health messages 5+1 in the correct manner to members of the community.
The project aims to raise the level of awareness of the community through community leaders and mosque preachers, and to highlight the importance of communicating health messages and ways to prevent diseases through sermons and lectures.
The workshop emphasized the responsibility of preachers and guides to educate citizens as a mainstay in communicating messages to society.