AMSA Philippines would like congratulate The Mind Movement - a National SCOPH Project for winning 2nd place out of 23 entries in the region in the recent Activities Fair held during APRM 2016 in Bangkok, Thailand.
The project was judged according to these categories:
1. Activity design (demonstration of clear goals and objectives, definition of target group, involvement of the community)
2. Activity implementation (quality of activity, use of resources, problems encountered)
3. Activity evaluation (evaluation methods, demonstration of impact)
4. Activity presentation (assessing how you will present it)
Emielyn Mae P. Galang and Irene Grace B. Aspiras (AMSA Philippines General Delegates both from St. Louis University Baguio) co-presented this project with John Aaron O. Mendoza (AMSA Philippines President) in behalf of NOPH Mykee Araya and the rest of the AMSA Philippines SCOPH.
A special version of this project was also initiated specifically for APRM 2016. Delegates from various NMOs in the region agreed to have their pictures taken with The Mind Movement issue and some even agreed to have video clips taken. They answered the question: "How do you keep your mental health in check?/How do you destress?" or they simply voiced out their thoughts on Mental Health as an advocacy.
First place went to CIMSA-ISMKI and 3rd place went to IFMSA Pakistan.
You can check the issue of The Mind Movement of SCOPE online at: https://issuu.com/scopeasmph/docs/mental_health_issue_prototype2_-_ed
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