ICHAD Foundation

Creating healthy alternatives to drug use and abuse

What we do

Project Navigate is a structured program designed to address the alarming rates of drug abuse and substance use among adolescents and young adults aged 14 to 30.
The project aims to create a holistic intervention that not only tackles substance abuse but also empowers young individuals to lead healthier and positively impact their communities, thereby helping them Navigate adolescence. The project will focus on Life skills, substance use prevention education, sex education, Tech skills, governance and leadership over a period of 6 weeks.

The academy aims to facilitate personal development and Life Skills, foster positive relationships, technical skills, leadership and empower adolescents to reach their full potential, empowering them with the tools necessary to navigate adolescence.

NAVIGATE Priorities

  • Personalized Growth
  • Digital skills
  • Mentor-mentee Bond
  • Industry Insights
  • Networking Opportunities
  • Boost Confidence

Project Enable is a series of School and community development outreaches targeted at empowering young people in schools and vulnerable communities, and those who have been exposed to substance use and abuse, through our drug prevention education, awareness and promotion of healthy living.

The ICHAD School Of Skills (I-SOS) is designed and established to provide participants with training (employable skills) in an environment that prepares them both mentally and physically to make a living from their chosen career path. We provide a real-world educational experience to prepare students for their work life.

I-SOS is an arm of the ICHAD Foundation that’s responsible for providing relevant on-demand skills that puts students on a level playing field with their peers globally. It offers an alternative for the young, marginalized and vulnerable student who cannot cope or lack the financial capacity to attend mainstream schools. One of the main priorities of I-SOS is to give every young person an opportunity to learn, connect with other learners and make them feel valued and develop a sense of belonging.

Our curriculum has a blend of both academic and more of technical training.

The International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking is a United Nations International Day against drug abuse and the illegal drug trade. It is observed annually on 26 June, since 1989.

This conference is organized to bring stakeholders from different industry together to discuss on the progress done and the Way froward in making our society drug free.

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