KOMO LEARNING CENTRES (KLC) conducted online mental health training for over 80 teachers in the five schools where the Resilience Project is implemented. The training aimed to sensitize teachers on the mental health challenges that students and teachers may face, focusing on depression and anxiety. The training covered the signs and symptoms of these conditions, their causes or triggers, and the effects of leaving them untreated. The training also introduced participants to the IPTG model of treatment.
The Resilience Project is a necessary program for all schools in the nation. At the end of the training, teachers made several pledges and commitments, including Encouraging mentally challenged students to go to therapy,
Providing support to mentally challenged students by talking to them and being a parent to them, Continuously sensitizing all students and the community about mental health, and teaching learners how to handle mental health challenges as they come.