Social Impact: People, Planet, Profit

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Social Impact: People, Planet, Profit

February 16 @ 11:00 am 12:30 pm

Good Health & Well-Being targets set by the United Nations (UN) had been making progress, until the crisis of COVID-19 in 2020. With this came disruptions in health care, increases in anxiety and depression, decreases in global life expectancy, and a rise in tuberculosis and malaria. Richer and poorer countries were both hit with this health emergency, pushing many into bankruptcy or poverty. Poorer countries were suffering especially as they may have more insufficient health facilities, or enough health care workers for the sudden demand.

Join us in February to learn more about the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 3: Good Health & Well-Being. Learn insights into the roles that individuals, education, and training institutions, stakeholders and regulating governments may play in achieving the specified targets by 2030.


Helena Holland, CMIOSH, Chair of IOSH Midland Branch

I have worked in Health, Safety and Wellbeing for nearly 10 years in a range of settings. My passion is empowering people to take charge of their mental health and wellbeing using a range of proven techniques and most importantly, providing methods that will work long term. I am always learning and developing my skillset – I thrive when helping others.

Dr. Theogene Rudasingwa; Physician & Human Rights Advocate Promoting Mental Health & Wellbeing

Dr. Theogene Rudasingwa is a native to Rwanda who now lives in exile in the United States. Dr. Theogene is a graduate of Makerere University Medical School in Uganda, and the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University in the USA. He is a former Ambassador of Rwanda to the United States, a physician and human rights advocate, promoting mental health and wellbeing in conjunction with nurturing planet Earth that nourishes us.

Panel presentations will be followed by a live Q&A session with our speakers!

Participants will receive a Certificate of Participation that counts as a Professional Development Credit (PDC) Activity, as well as free access to the full recording of the webinar.

Facilitator: Obie Agusiegbe, Founder & CEO of EnvironFocus.

The link to the webinar recording will be available for USD$10 after the event HERE. Only attendees get a free link to the webinar recording.

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