The complete guide to NCDs free lifestyle and ways to contribute to the society as a peer educator to peer leader to peer supporter
Downloadable course materials written by professionals enriched with students' real-life stories and experiences
Flexible course timings, socially relevant course content, virtual field work opportunities
Free access to 1st course of Peer Education for all Nada Interns
Personalised support via WhatsApp if required for any queries until the completion of course from our subject matter experts and pass-out peer educators/peer leaders/peer supporters
Weekly live webinars to connect with subject matter experts, fellow students of the course and guest lecturers
Course completion certificate
This entry level course offers youth and women empowerment that guarantees healthy choices, socially relevant application of learnings and employability.
The level two course will foster the ability to respond and access community-based support for self-initiated activities.
Third level or the self directed level of courses focus on training in lifelong cooperative learning, mentorship, evidence based initiatives and projects
"My learnings from this experience as a Peer Supporter are now incorporated in my personality- the confidence boost I got, independent thinking and problem solving, greatest of all team work"
"The concern I raised through this research conducted using CBAC is ‘how to remove the stigma revolving people who consume substances like tobacco/alcohol?’. I want to resolve the issue of this stigma in order to get unbiased responses from his communities so that we can suggest better policy recommendations”.
“As a first-time researcher & Peer educator, I used this opportunity to make myself and my community aware about the diseases that they did not know existed and about ANMs, ASHA, Angawadi workers who are the primary level contacts. I feel that it's not the responsibility of a doctor/parent/teacher/government/society to take care of your own health, you have to be responsible about your own health and surroundings”.