Gede’s continued effort to increase awareness of mental health among interested parties saw the Foundation visiting MSA on Friday 27th June, 2014. The very interesting talk ended with MSA staff enquiring in particular about how to cope with stress within the Nigerian context in view of current bombings, insecurity, traffic especially in the Federal Capital Territory where they reside. In their own opinion a large number of Nigerians are going through undue stress and recommendations on how to cope with the current situation were apt. These would include refusing to be fearful and intimidated, being security conscious and giving useful information to security agencies. For enquiries about Gede Foundation’s Mental Health Awareness Program please email Ekaette Udoekong on firstname.lastname@example.org.