The LIFEPLAN® programme addresses poverty among the most vulnerable through human development and training in life skills in an effort to improve the wellbeing of these groups in terms of health, nutrition and choice. LIFEPLAN® is based on interdependent relationships, from intrapersonal to interpersonal relationships to those between households, communities and societies. Based on a holistic approach to health complexities, this life skills training encapsulates dimensions like physical health; psychosocial and economic wellbeing within cultural diversity; environmental health; consumer health; ethics; and food systems, to list a few. The facilitator becomes the central figure to enable learning through interactive participatory pedagogy.

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For further information contact Dr Christi Niesing.