Her vision starts with conversations, not prescriptions, and she isn’t wasting anytime as “Road to Health” kicks off on December 28th, 2019 in her hometown Anomabo, Ghana.
“The main goal of the event is to let the community know they have a voice in their health, and I completely understand that there are many dynamics at play when it comes to addressing community health issues, like fear of the health system, intimidation, lack of trust, and education” said Eunice, who is the CEO/Founder of the Jemimah Noonoo Foundation, a nursing professor and a Family Nurse Practitioner based in Chicago.
“Research tells us that 80% of chronic diseases like heart disease, hypertension and diabetes can be managed through lifestyle behaviors, including diet, exercise, stress management, better sleep habits” She explained to a group of volunteers preparing for the Health and wellness event on Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Cromwell is also the Business Manager of the Ghana National Council, the Fanti Benevolent Society and the African LIFE. Chicago is very proud of her efforts and wish her the very best on her academic and philanthropic pursuit.
The first Annual “Road to Health” will be held on Saturday, December 28, 2019 from 8:00am-12:00pm at the The Anomabo Hospital.
Source: The Jemimah Noonoo Foundation