Understanding Parkinson's Disease - An Introductory Guide
S.E.E. Parkinson's is a Parkinson's disease health literacy initiative seeking to address the general lack of cultural relevant Parkinson's resources by equipping Africans affected by Parkinson's disease with the Support, Education, and Empowerment needed to make informed and appropriate health decisions relating to Parkinson's disease. These resources - which were created in English and translated into 11 different African languages, include printed and digital educational leaflets, explainer animation videos, and informational/awareness videos. The 11 languages are: Arabic, Swahili, Yoruba, French, Twi, Luganda, Igbo, Somali, Pidgin English, Amharic, and Hausa. The development of these booklets was a collaboartion between Parkinson's Africa and IPDGC-Africa and sponsored by UCL Grand Challenges and Global Engagement offices.