The Orius Fellowship is a virtual 8-week program designed to empower young Africans to become Mental Health First Aiders and Advocates. It combines expert-led training sessions with real-life projects.
All people of African origin with an interest in mental health are encouraged to apply. This program is particularly suited to healthcare professionals and students (including those from allied health disciplines) operating within the African context.
Participating in the Orius Fellowship is FREE. However, to proceed to the final stage (capstone project) of the fellowship and earn a recognized certificate of competence as a Mental Health First Aider, you are expected to pay $12.
No. The Orius Fellowship is a virtual program. Sessions typically hold by 12PM WAT on Saturdays.