Since the global outbreak of the Covid-19 the United Nations have identified women as being one of the most vulnerable groups that are being hit hardest by the pandemic. This is also evident locally too.
The results of the NCCWN Donegal Women’s Network, Covid-19 impact survey reveal that 61.1% of women in Donegal feel their mental health had been impacted by Covid-19, with 36.7% of women stating that they have had less time to look after their mental health and wellbeing since March.
The survey further identified lone parents, single women and women living alone were particularly experiencing higher levels of mental health impacts with increased feelings of isolation and loneliness.
As a grassroots women’s organisation NCCWN Donegal seek to response to identified needs where we can. We are therefore pleased to be taking bookings for the Covid to Calm course for women starting in November.
This is a FREE 4-week online group course, being offered to young single women (26-40yrs) in an evening session starting on Wednesday 4th November, 7.30-9.00pm, and lone parent mothers (26-40yrs) in a morning session starting on Thursday 5th November, 10.30am-12pm.
The aim of this course is to support women in their health and wellness, promoting personal development, well-being and positive mental health. This course will be interactive, with talks, presentations, videos, groups discussion and many other activities.
If you would like to sign up for this course please fill our online form here https://forms.gle/kyWSDCCTLaVRki8g9
For further information please contact NCCWN Donegal Women’s Network by email on email@example.com. Booking is essential, book early to avoid disappointment.
This course is funded by Donegal ETB Community Education Support Programme.
We hope to offer further courses like this in 2021 to support more women in Donegal. If you don’t fit into the November course criteria please drop us an email if you would be interested in any future courses.